At the Dubai hosted ARABLAB 2015, the International Show for tomorrow’s environmental technology, Ecotech Pty Limited, Australia’s leaders in environmental monitoring announced their commitment to work with the global community of governments, researchers, industries and interest groups to provide monitoring solutions for the greater good of economies, citizens and the environment.
Ecotech and their distributor, BDH Middle East LLC, presented their latest Serinus range of Gas Analysers and Ecotech’s range of Aurora Nephelometer which span across industrial and research applications worldwide. Of particular interest at the stand was the versatile Serinus Gas Calibrator which was on pre-launch display at the event.
Leading the Ecotech team was James Agius, Head of Global Operations and International Sales who spoke of the significance of 2015 for Ecotech in view of its position to serve international markets on many fronts. Working across 60 countries through a network of over 50 distributors, Ecotech recently expanded its reach to provide the government of Kazakhstan with 25 air quality networks consisting of over 300 instruments including gas analysers, meteorological sensors and particulate monitors to serve their air quality monitoring requirements. “This is a significant year for us. Where we stand apart is our willingness and agility to tailor solutions to the specific requirements and standards of the many and varied countries we work in” he said.
Aligning with innovation and growth, Ecotech opened up a regional manufacturing centre in Indore in the Madhya Pradesh region of India in January 2015. The international expansion of this ISO 9001 accredited manufacturing facility enables quick access to service and supply markets such as India, Middle East, Africa, Europe and the Americas. Referring to this key milestone in the company’s history, Managing Director Nicholas Dal Sasso said, “Ecotech are problem solvers, in every way imaginable with decades of experience resolving the toughest issues. We are dedicated to those who understand the need to protect the health of their people, their communities, and the environment.” In saying this Dal Sasso echoed the sentiments of India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his campaign for collaboration for a ‘clean India’ policy.