DELRAY BEACH, Fla. /eNewsChannels/ — DITEC Research and Development, a wholly owned subsidiary of DITEC International Corporation focused on development of environmental chemicals and technologies, announced today that the company has entered into an agreement with Presentwater AS, an innovative Norwegian company with a strong maritime network and strategic alliances towards world-leading original equipment manufacturers (OEM). This agreement provides Presentwater AS with rights to integrate and distribute DITEC’s proprietary marine technology.
This agreement gives Presentwater AS an additional competitive edge in marine and shipping industry.
“The industries worldwide are greatly in need of innovative technology and products to face the economic and environmental challenges ahead. Our agreement provides DITEC with an effective vehicle by which our achievements in developing these products and technologies can be rapidly and easily integrated in the industry,” said Dr. Abdolvahabi, president of DITEC R&D.
“DITEC has developed a unique and revolutionary method for emission reduction. DITEC’s technology will be one of the keystones in Presentwater’s MarineExergy system,” explains Geir E. Samnoy, Presentwater’s president.
“Over the years, DITEC has developed many incredible chemical solutions that pushed the boundaries of performance, and has done so with only the highest quality materials and service. Presentwater is an innovative company concentrating on development of environmental and cost effective solutions for marine industry. Presentwater is striving to perfect their current MarineExergy system and we are the only company of our kind to provide this step changing technology to best achieve these objectives,” offers Christopher Alison, President of DITEC International Corp.
For more information, please visit the company’s Web site at http://www.ditecusa.com .
Story References: DITEC Research and Development, environmental chemicals and technologies, Presentwater AS, Dr Abdolvahabi, Christopher Alison, marine industry, original equipment manufacturers, marine and shipping industry, MarineExergy system, Geir E Samnoy, marine emission reduction.