Erma First Roundtable Held in Shanghai

MaritimeEquipment.com
Thursday, May 30, 2013
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The first Roundtable organized by Erma First ESK Engineering Solutions S.A. was held in Shanghai, China, as part of its business development and the expansion of its commercial activities in the Far Eastern Market. The event was successfully held and joined by Erma First SA sales representatives, who enthusiastically welcomed the Erma First BWTS, the first Greek Ballast Water Treatment System, in the Chinese shipping and shipbuilding market.

On the occasion of the recent visit of the Greek Prime Minister to China and monitoring closely the ever-changing and competitive international environment, which is characterized by the globalization of the markets, the intense global competition and the extrovert-oriented enterprises, Erma First ESK Engineering Solutions S.A participates actively in the effort to promote Greek entrepreneurship in China.

Erma First ESK Engineering Solutions SA, being the first Greek company that designed, produced and certified the Ballast Water Treatment System (BWTS), uses an advanced technology of electrolysis of sea water for the production of active substances in combination with high performance mechanical separation of particles using hydrocyclones. This technology ensures results that exceed the minimum requirements of the discharge limits of IMO D-2 regulations, the manufacturer said.

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