ERMA First’s BWTS Wins Honorary Distinction

MaritimeEquipment.com
Tuesday, September 24, 2013

ERMA First BWTS strikes with success at the Competition "Greece Innovates!’’ in the category of Applied Research & Innovation 2013. All the efforts, the scientific research and investment of ERMA First S.A. to its brilliant research team were rewarded with an honorary distinction in a glamorous ceremony on Tuesday 17th of September in Athens in IME (Foundation of the Hellenic World). 

ERMA First’s innovation, state-of-the-art technology and high-efficiency performance stood-up for victory in a strong competition with more than 240 other nominees vying for the top.

Chief Chemical and Process Engineer MSc/Director Mr. Konstantinos Stampedakis and his team of ERMA First S.A. stand proudly and very confident of the future. All the appreciation of their hard-work and accomplishments gives one more boost to the team and the company for more improvements and more success in the realm of Environmental Technologies and Marine Industry.

This is the second competition "Greece Innovates!" in a row and its aim is to reward products and services of applied research and innovation, which seek to improve our quality of life, while at the same time promoting and enhancing the extroversion of the Greek economy.

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