IMA and Delta Marine Sign Agreement

Thursday, May 08, 2003
International Maritime Associates, L.L.C and Delta Marine International, Inc. have announced an agreement formalizing IMA as the exclusive worldwide sales and marketing agent for all Chem-Free TM Purification Systems in the marine industry. IMA is a Fort Lauderdale based consulting firm catering to the Mega Yacht segment of the marine industry. The Chem-Free Purification Systems product line provides a cost effective way to efficiently deliver Ozone into the potable water system, black and gray water systems via “Silent” Corona Discharge and air conditioning systems onboard via Ultraviolet or “UV”, thus eliminating odor and bacteria in all areas and increasing potable water and indoor air quality. The Chem-Free TM Purification Systems product line has become the standard of excellence for all ozone systems and devices used in the marine industry. Presently, there are over 2,000 systems in use on board the world’s largest and highest profile luxury yachts. Delta Marine International continues to manufacture the systems and remains focused on the cutting edge of ozone generating technology and applications.
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