Cavagna adds F.W. Webb as North American distributor

November 20, 2020 By    

The Cavagna Group has tabbed F.W. Webb Co. as its newest equipment distributor in North America.

Headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts, F.W. Webb is a family-owned and -operated distributor covering 16 disciplines, including propane, natural gas, heating, plumbing, HVAC and PVF (pipe, valves and fittings).

Founded in 1866, F.W. Webb employs over 2,600 people and makes daily deliveries from more than 85 locations throughout nine states in the Northeast, using its own trucking fleet.

The Cavagna Group is also family-owned and -operated, with 11 manufacturing plants in northern Italy as well as seven additional manufacturing plants around the globe.

Founded in 1949, the Cavagna Group manufactures regulators and valves for the propane, natural gas and compressed gas industries; propane and natural gas metering products; propane-powered combustion engines; and other products for emerging markets. Its North American headquarters, currently in Somerset, New Jersey, has been operating as Cavagna North America since 1985.

“The fact that both of our missions and family-driven business values are so similar makes the partnership exciting for us at Cavagna,” says Peter Dwyer, vice president of sales and marketing, LPG Division – North America. “I think both companies are looking forward to bringing Cavagna’s range of products to market with F.W. Webb’s superior technical expertise and logistics.”

Mike DelConte, director of heating and LP gas sales for F.W. Webb, says he’s impressed with the innovation, and research and development aspects of Cavagna products.

“I’m thrilled to be able to deliver the wide range of quality products Cavagna offers,” he says. “I’m looking forward to a strong partnership for many years.”

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Brian Richesson is the editor in chief of LP Gas Magazine. Contact him at or 216-706-3748.

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