Hansun to distribute Coldharbour products in China
Inert gas and ballast water treatment supplier Coldharbour Marine has signed a contract with Hansun (Shanghai) Marine Technology market and distribute Coldharbour products in mainland China.
The agreement is the first step in a plan that will see Hansun manufacture and sell Coldharbour units at its facilities in Qidong, with Coldharbour in turn offering Hansun products to its customers outside China. The plan is part of the companies’ joint preparations for the IMO’s Ballast Water Management Convention, effective 8 September.
Chairman of Hansun, Simon Gu, said: “Adding the Coldharbour’s Inert Gas, Flue Gas, BWTS and Domestic Water Module product lines means that we now have a comprehensive catalogue of products for our customers, from incinerators to the latest IGG units, from ultra-violet ballast water treatment systems (BWTS) for small and medium sized ships, to the Coldharbour GLD inert gas-based intank BWTS for the largest vessels. We believe that this places Hansun in a unique position to supply the needs of our Chinese customers.”
Coldharbour CEO, Andrew Marshall, said: “The Chinese market is vital to Coldharbour, and our Chinese customers are increasingly demanding the kind of high quality, high technology solutions that both we and Hansun produce.”
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