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Biloxi, MS, United States, 2009/08/26 - AcquaPro Worldwide, developer of mobile, modular systems of desalination, has named new marketing representatives in India, Yemen, and Saudi Arabia.
AcquaPro Worldwide, Inc., developer of mobile, modular systems of large-scale water desalination, has named new mandated marketing representatives in India, Yemen, and Saudi Arabia.
These countries represent significant areas for expansion of AcquaPro's marketing activities. Growing demand for water in these markets presents significant opportunities for the company's highly flexible desalination systems and approach.
The new representatives are Shailendra Makode of Emac International, headquartered in Mumbai, Republic of India; Kamal Mohamed of Trust Middle East Group in Sana'a, Republic of Yemen; and Captain Ahmed Al-Tabei, based in Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
"AcquaPro is poised on the edge of a massive expansion of its activities worldwide, and these markets, representing the core of the Persian Gulf, Red Sea, and South Asia regions, show rapidly growing demand for new water resources. Seawater desalination is the most readily available source for that water," said AcquaPro President and Chief Executive Officer Frank Yacenda.
The AcquaPro system has been configured as a mobile, modular system that can be mounted on a barge, a ship, or on land. Using the economical, reliable reverse osmosis process, the system has been designed for maximum speed of installation, flexibility, and economy.
"We feel confident we have selected excellent individuals to represent us in these three markets," Yacenda said. "We believe our people in large measure make the company, embodying the highest standards of business and personal ethics and commitment to client service."
AcquaPro's system proposal was selected in a tender competition to provide 75,000 cubic meters (approximately 20 million gallons) of water daily to the Saudi utility Marafiq at its Jubail industrial facility on the Persian Gulf, demonstrating the system's viability. The company has been asked to present proposals in markets as diverse as Argentina, Chile, California, Cyprus, India, Mississippi, and the Philippines, as well as elsewhere in Saudi Arabia, and is actively pursuing projects on all six populated continents.
Along with seawater desalination, the AcquaPro system can be adapted to desalinate surface and subterranean deposits of terrestrial saline and brackish water, and the company is entering into a cooperation that will enable it to offer wastewater treatment employing its mobile, modular approach.
"AcquaPro remains committed to its initial guiding principles of mobility, flexibility, and economy," Yacenda said. "We have developed the concept of Global Redundant Multi-Sourcing, or GRM, which enables us to assemble a plant and provide water in time frames no competitor can match. This is one of our key marketing propositions. We also are on the cutting edge of developing alternative power sources to drive our plants and achieve ever-greater efficiencies."
AcquaPro Worldwide, Inc., (acquapro.us) is headquartered at 280 rue Petit Bois, Biloxi, Mississippi, USA. T: +1 (228) 385-8858 or email info[.]acquapro.us. Shailendra Makode and Emac International can be reached in Mumbai at +91 (9967) 024-131 or email smakode[.]acquapro.us. Kamal Mohamed and Trust Middle East Group can be reached in Sana'a at +967 (1) 422-056 or email kmohamed[.]acquapro.us. Ahmed Al-Tabei can be reached in Jeddah at +966 (505) 610-972 or email aaltabei[.]acquapro.us.