GE appoints WIBAX as Nordic water tech distributor
03 Jun 14 by desalination
GE announced on 27 May 2014 that the Swedish company WIBAX Energy AB, part of the WIBAX Group, would distribute GE’s water technologies in the Nordic region.
The distribution agreement, which started on 1 May 2014, will cover Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland.
The agreement will enable WIBAX to deliver GE’s latest water technologies to its customers to improve efficiency while reducing operating costs. Both WIBAX and GE share similar safety and compliance values as well as an understanding of the value-service delivery model, says GE.
WIBAX is a high technology specialist company that sources, processes, sells and delivers special products and base chemicals to the pulp and paper, metal, mining and district heating industries across Europe, mostly in the Nordic region. The company has a sales turnover of around Krona 600 million (US$ 90 million) in 2013.
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