About Us

Our Story

Orchard Pump and Supply Co. is a pump specialty house headquartered in Lewisburg PA.  We have 6 locations strategically situated to serve clients in Pennsylvania, New York, and beyond. There are 5 wholesale locations (Lewisburg, Camp Hill, Ephrata, Scranton, and State College) along with one full-service pump and motor repair facility located in Winfield.  Winfield is also the home of our Central Distribution Warehouse.

We specialize in water, wastewater, and water treatment products to support the many needs of our clients.  Our residential dealer segment provides hands-on support to contractors that tackle the various types of residential installations.  Our commercial and municipal team work closely with mechanical contractors, engineers, and municipalities to provide solutions across a wide range of water and wastewater related needs.  This segment of our business pairs well with the many resources within OPSCO Service which is our pump and motor repair facility.

The decades of knowledge and training we bring to the marketplace combined with our long-standing commitment to providing unmatched customer service has lifted OPSCO to the top of its field.

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What People Say

  • I appreciate the support.  Always there when needed even nights & weekends.  Quick to get us products & answers in the time of need We thank you for helping us be what our customers expect
    Mike LeonardMike Leonard's Plumbing
  • Just wanted to pass on a thank you to you and your crew. Your sales and service staff both inside and out are a great asset to you and the customers. They are very knowledgeable and helpful, not to mention same day service when we are in need of a pump in an emergency. Thanks again.
    Dennis CliverMcGovern Environmental
  • Rosenberry's Septic Services is pleased to have partnered with OPSCO to meet our customers pump needs.  With OPSCO expert technical guidance, I am assured that the correct pump will be selected for the application at hand.  When our customers are happy, we're happy.  Thanks OPSCO.
    Bill NeidighRosenberry's Septic Services
  • We have dealt with OPSCO for many years and they stand out as one our best suppliers. From their great personal service and prompt response to information requests to working together to solve the inevitable challenges that come up in the course of business, OPSCO personnel excel at making sure we have what we need. This, in turn, enables us to give prompt and personal service to our customers and helps us be efficient and profitable. Also, everyone at OPSCO is so helpful and friendly. We have enjoyed working together with them and plan to continue our business relationship far into the future.
    Darin MartinMartin Water
  • My company started using OPSCO for their customer service and competitive pricing.  We continue to use OPSCO because they have always backed up their customer service and  when we need help they are always available to help us figure out a solution to the problem and they continue to have competitive pricing.  Unlike other companies OPSCO has always over delivered on their customer service and that always helps us look good to our customers.  We are proud to partner with OPSCO and will continue to do so.
    Steve WaltersWalters Environmental Services Inc.
  • From our very first contact with Orchard Supply in 2008, our experience has been as good as it gets in the world of wholesale plumbing. Orchard Supply’s inventory of water and sewage pumps is incomparable. In our opinion you can tell how well a wholesaler values their customers is by the scope of their inventory they carry. If you have a customer that has a large poultry or other agricultural operation, or anybody with a need for a larger than normal pump, Orchard Supply is the company to have in your corner. Their inventory is one thing; but, their service is right “on-par”. Orchard Supply has traveled as far as the Lewisburg area and delivered a 50 gpm water pump to the Hanover area as fast as could be done. We truly value their service.

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