Ecochlor is pleased to announce that the company (page 66) has been selected as one the Marine News “Top 100 Marine Companies .” Each year, the publication’s August issue profiles the top maritime companies in the United States (U.S.) For the third consecutive year Ecochlor was chosen, due to their environmental contribution to the industry and ability to continuously deliver innovative business solutions to the maritime market.
Additionally, in September, Ecochlor was ranked 574 by Inc. magazine. The “Inc. 5000” list celebrates the fastest-growing privately-held companies in the U.S. This is the second time that Ecochlor has been included in the list of “private companies with the most proven track records.”
The Ecochlor ballast water management system enjoys a number of advantages over competitors, but the most compelling is the system’s reliability and ease-of-use. Their “three pillars of reliability” includes a powerful treatment technology, high-quality manufacturing and continuous oversight over the operation of the system through twice yearly ship visits by the Service Team. The company believes that maximizing BWMS uptime means using high-quality components within a simple and inherently reliable system design that is followed up with unmatched customer support.
As part of the company’s continuing efforts to assist shipowners in the process of selection, installation and continued compliance in the treatment of ballast water. Ecochlor is now offering a full range of after-sales options to provide shipowners turnkey logistics solutions for system installations. After-sale options include:
- Door to door shipping including assistance with ocean or air shipping, customs clearance, and storage;
- Installation oversite and biological efficacy commissioning testing attendance;
- Purchase and shipment of Alloy 20, 316 and other stainless-steel piping using U.S. high-grade steel to support the installation.
- Spare parts deliveries and savings.
Ecochlor goes beyond the other BWMS manufacturers in offering oversite of every system on board a vessel using real-time data analysis on every ballast operation to ensure the system’s uptimes are maintained at the highest possible levels – their current operational level is at 98% of commissioned systems.