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New distribution agreement covers Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland
GE announced that the Swedish company WIBAX Energy AB, part of the WIBAX Group, will distribute GE’s water technologies in the Nordic region. The distribution agreement, which started on May 1, 2014, combines WIBAX’s local expertise and GE’s advanced technologies to create greater access to innovative water and process solutions in the Nordic region. The distribution agreement will cover Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland.
The synergy of this agreement makes a lot of sense for all concerned as it allows GE and WIBAX to serve the customers one step closer. With WIBAX’s strategically located terminals and expansive logistic solutions, local laboratory, offices in key cities, headquarters in Piteå, Sweden, and logistic warehouses around the Nordic area, it enables them to meet customer needs more effectively. Both WIBAX and GE share similar safety and compliance values as well as an understanding of the value-service delivery model.
The agreement will enable WIBAX to deliver GE’s latest water technologies to its customers to improve efficiency while reducing operating costs.
WIBAX provides a wide range of chemical products and services, bio-based fuels, technical support and development, chemical cleaning systems, service and maintenance and complete logistic solutions for safe delivery of chemicals. With strategically placed terminals and a fleet of specialized tank vehicles, WIBAX offers products to the market with cost-effective logistic solutions from production to the end user. This enables WIBAX to meet customer needs and ensure deliveries at the right time.
GE continues to offer a complete portfolio of solutions to customers in the Nordic region, including advanced cooling chemistry, process chemistry, membrane chemicals and equipment systems to help customers protect their assets, optimize processes and improve efficiency. Together, both GE and WIBAX are committed to bring technology, expertise and best practices to the Nordic region.