Hi-performance Marine Cleaning Liquid Distribution

Press Release
Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Agaia, Inc., creators of Evolve®, sign a product distribution agreement for the Americas with First Choice Marine Supply.

In what the manufactures say is one of the most significant advances in cleaning in 60 years, Evolve is the first all natural, nontoxic cleaning technology to measurably outperform chemical-based cleaners, degreasers, descalers, laundry detergents and solvents. Derived from plants, vegetables, and other all-natural sources, Evolve’s patented technology breaks the molecular bond in hydrocarbons (oil and grease), calcium carbonates (scale) and other contaminants, allowing the marine industry for the first time to fully replace the dangerous chemical cleaners from their ships and shipyards, while reducing cleaning and maintenance costs with a more powerful and safer cleaning solution.

First Choice Marine Supply, which serves the global marine supply, commercial fishing and industrial maritime markets, will distribute several Agaia International products to service cleaning needs ranging from the build-up of scale on hulls and machinery, engine room degreasing and laundry operations. Evolve Marine Scale Remover, Evolve Grease Extreme and Evolve Laundry Complete, as well as other industrial strength cleaners from the Agaia International product line will be available through the new distribution agreement.

“It’s ironic that so many of today’s cleaning supplies used in the marine environment are actually poisonous or corrosive and harmful to aquatic life, water quality and human health,” says Agaia Chairman and CEO Benjamin Shell. “As a distribution partner for Evolve, First Choice Marine Supply is now stepping up and offering improved cleaning solutions that will help the global maritime community reduce labor, cut cleaning costs, while significantly reducing the harsh chemicals in the workplace and the amount of toxins and chemicals that enter our oceans.”

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