Waste-water Treatment Firm Signs US Representation Agreements

Press Release
Thursday, May 02, 2013

Severn Trent De Nora sign agreements for distribution of marine & offshore water and wastewater treatment products in United States.

The agreements are with Marine Systems Inc. (MSI) and AER Supply (AER) to serve as exclusive sales and promotional representatives for its electrolytic disinfection treatment technologies.

MSI, a marine vessel operations support service company, will represent SANILEC® and SEACLOR® electrochlorination systems, the OMNIPURETM Series 55 and MARINER OMNIPURE® Series M55 sewage treatment systems in Louisiana, Virginia, Kentucky, Florida, Washington, Oregon and Alaska.
 
AER, an international distributor of marine products, will support customers in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Wisconsin and Washington with the OMINPURE Series 55 and MARINER OMNIPURE Series M55 sewage treatment systems.

According to Dana Casbeer, product line manager for Severn Trent De Nora, “Our partnerships with MSI and AER will strengthen the distribution of our marine and offshore water and wastewater products in the United States. Both companies are well established with office and warehouse locations in strategic regions of the United States, giving us a stronger market presence. These agreements represent significant steps forward in our strategy to expand our global sales network.”
 
Severn Trent De Nora's full range of electrolytic disinfection solutions conforms with accepted international industry standards and are offered with documentation packages and services throughout the life of the installation. Severn Trent De Nora also offers a broad range of services including upfront design and optimization assistance and supply of engineered systems, including installation, erection, commissioning and maintenance.
 
Severn Trent De Nora will be promoting some of its systems at upcoming major 2013 trade exhibitions including OTC in Houston, Texas from 6–9 May, Nor-Shipping in Norway from 4–7 June and Marintec in China from 3–6 December.  

www.severntrentdenora.com

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