Our partners provide expertise in water treatment, marine engineering and naval architecture, systems engineering and manufacturing, and distribution and service.
Drew Marine is a global leader providing technical solutions and services to the marine industry, offering the industry a comprehensive line of advanced marine chemicals and equipment. Supported by a network of service engineers, Drew Marine has a superior, global logistics network that delivers to more than 900 ports worldwide. Drew Marine will assist Ecochlor in providing logistics support for the resupply of their BWTS precursor chemicals as well as parts and service at selected ports and harbors around the world.
For more information, visit: Drew Marine
Nalco has been a global leader in water treatment technologies for more than 80 years, and has the most comprehensive understanding in the industry for managing this resource effectively, as well as for meeting customers’ sustainability and energy savings needs. Nalco merged with Ecolab, Inc. (NYSE:ECL) in late 2011, combining Nalco’s leading position in water and energy services with Ecolab’s strength in food and beverage, healthcare and institutional markets. In late 2013, Ecolab acquired Akzo Nobel’s Purate™ chemical business, which specializes in global chlorine dioxide water treatment technology. Ecochlor has a world-wide exclusive license for the use of Purate™ for the treatment of ballast water.
For more information, visit: Ecolab/Nalco
ProFlow Inc. is a custom process system manufacturer with over 80 years of experience in building reliable, rugged, process systems for a wide range of demanding applications throughout the world. Size, low maintenance and energy efficiency are particularly important for marine systems. The ProFlow staff includes mechanical and electrical engineers, programmers, welders, panel builders and field service technicians. ProFlow is located in North Haven, CT and has manufacturing capability in China. For ballast water treatment systems, ProFlow works exclusively with Ecochlor. The firm recently completed a major expansion of its manufacturing facilities to meet evolving customer needs.
For more information, visit: www.ProFlow-inc.com
BEMA is an independent trade organization representing vendors, suppliers, and key partners in the ballast water treatment industry by providing coordinated, technical, non-commercial guidance to the market, including the regulating community, ship owners, and the testing community about how ballast water treatment systems work, how they are designed, and what the reasonable expectations are in regard to their performance.
For more information, visit: www.bwema.org