|By PR Newswire
|July 31, 2014 11:05 AM EDT
CONCORD, N.C., July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- CosaTron, the leading U.S. manufacturer of air contamination control systems for commercial HVAC systems sold worldwide, announces that it has established Energy International Corporation (EIC) as the representative to the Middle East. EIC has key strategic locations in Qatar, UAE, Lebanon, Jordan, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.
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CosaTron has been solving IAQ problems in the Middle East for over 20 years and has several landmark installations in the GCC, which include the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Hall, The Dubai World Trade Center (DWTC) Extension, Al Gurg Tower and Dubai Healthcare City. In November, CosaTron will begin delivering systems for installation in the new Oman Convention and Exhibit Center.
The new relationship with EIC will allow for a stronger presence in this area moving forward. EIC will represent the full line of CosaTron Air Purification Systems. CosaTron is designed to remove contaminants in both existing buildings and new construction. Ideal applications for an indoor air contamination reduction system include airports, medical facilities, government agencies, schools, retail spaces, convention centers and other industrial and commercial buildings.
"We welcome the addition of the CosaTron product line to the Energy International product portfolio," said Allie Bazzy, President, Energy International Corporation. "Indoor environmental quality has become a major focal point in the GCC region over the last few years. We look forward to working with CosaTron to meet the needs of this growing market segment."
CosaTron Director of Sales, Doug Crooks stated, "We are proud of our partnership with Energy International. Their business philosophy aligns with ours in every aspect and their presence across the entire Middle East will allow us to increase our market penetration in that area of the world."
About Energy International Corporation
Energy International Corporation (EIC) is a world leader in industrial design, supply, installation, operation and maintenance of electro-mechanical controls for aviation parking and transportation systems. The company supplies electrical, mechanical, HVAC and electro-mechanical equipment to contractors, consultants, municipalities, government agencies, airport and seaport authorities along with end users and original equipment manufacturers. Established in 1979 to service the HVAC industry, EIC is headquartered in Canton, Michigan with key regional offices in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah, United Arab Emirate (UAE); Doha, Qatar; Beirut, Lebanon; Amman, Jordan and Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with more than 175 employees worldwide. The company also operates a manufacturing facility in Sharjah, UAE.
CosaTron is the global leader in indoor air quality solutions with over 33,000 installations in 18 countries. For over 50 years, CosaTron's patented technology has been controlling submicron contaminants in commercial, industrial and institutional applications such as medical facilities and government buildings without any negative side effects. CosaTron technology accelerates the natural process of collision & coagulation improving the efficiency of filters, which allows the efficient removal of germs, bacteria, allergens, smoke, volatile organic compounds, industrial process byproducts and other dangerous pollutants from the air. CosaTron is made in the USA and customized to meet the specific need of the application. CosaTron is a division of CRS Industries, Inc. and is a privately owned US Company.
For more information, please contact:
Michelle Sarra, Director of Marketing, CosaTron
t 704-785-8145; [email protected]; www.cosatron.com
John Peter, Communications Coordinator, Energy International Corporation
t 734-354-2000; [email protected]; www.energyintl.com
Media Contact: Michelle Sarra, CosaTron, 850-232-2169, [email protected]
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