Ecochlor expands service in Singapore
(Posted on 17/08/20)
Michael Madely, VP of Global Service at Ecochlor has revealed the first of many planned locations for Ecochlor’s spare parts support network outside the United States. “Having an inventory of spare parts located in Singapore will provide a faster response time to all vessels in Asia with our system on board. Our goal is to have parts located in the three main time zones – Asia, Europe and the USA – in an effort to provide real-time response to our customers’ requirements for maximum system operation with minimum downtime,” said Mr. Madely.
Ecochlor has just completed the shipment of more than USD 117,000 in spare parts to Singapore to better support clients in Asia during installations and service calls for their vessel’s ballast water management system (BWMS).
Ecochlor’s global growth and strong after-sale service support programs are a big factor in the company’s continued success in the BWMS industry.
Ecochlor has sole market ownership of the patented chlorine dioxide (ClO2) ballast water management technology. Its ballast water management system has two-steps - filtration and chlorine dioxide. The treatment is not affected by variations in salinity, temperature, turbidity and vibration. It is reliable, simple to operate, has low power requirement with no retreatment or neutralization on discharge. The Ecochlor system is well-suited for mid-sized to the largest ships in the world and is IMO and USCG Type Approved. www.ecochlor.com
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