Swedish company WIBAX Energy will distribute GE's water
technologies in the Nordic region, company officials
announced on Tuesday.
The distribution agreement, which started on May 1, aims to
combine WIBAX's local expertise and GE's advanced
technologies to create greater access to water and process
solutions in the Nordic region. The distribution agreement
will cover Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland.
"This cooperation with GE plays an important milestone in
WIBAX's strategy of expanding product offerings to the
different industries we are currently serving," said Jonas
Wiklund, group managing director for WIBAX. "This also opens
up new geographical expansion
, new industries and new
products, which are all complementary to the existing WIBAX
"With this new strategic alliance, we can only add more value
to effectively serve the customers in the region," he added.
With WIBAX's strategically located terminals and expansive
logistic solutions, local laboratory, offices in key cities,
headquarters in Pitea, Sweden, and logistic warehouses around
the Nordic area, the companies say the new alliance allows
them to meet customer needs more effectively.
The agreement will also enable WIBAX to deliver GE's latest
water technologies to its customers to improve efficiency
while reducing operating costs.
helps customers reduce
costs, meet environment
al regulations and
prepare for the evolving demands of their industry," said
Ralph Hadley, GE Power & Water's regional executive in Europe
and Africa for chemical and
monitoring solutions. "Through the distribution agreement
with WIBAX, GE is well positioned to solve our customers'
tough-to-treat water challenges."
WIBAX provides a wide range of chemical products and
services, bio-based fuels, technical support and development,
chemical cleaning systems, service and maintenance
solutions for the safe delivery of chemicals.