BEL Iberica celebrates 10,000 vessels
01 Dec 09 by desalination
Ten thousand desalination pressure vessels have now left BEL’s premises in Spain. The successful achievement was celebrated in a ceremony in Fuente Alamo (Murcia), Spain on 24 November 2009.
Salvador Marin, Minister for Economy for Murcia, together with many guests from the Spanish desalination industries and from the local water authorities, visited the BEL state-of-the-art production facility to celebrate with BEL this achievement.
“BEL Group is looking forward to supporting the market growth, BEL will launch shortly its new 16 in side-port pressure vessel that is in the last stage of development,” said Miguel Angel Fernandez, sales manager for BEL Composite Iberica SL.
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