Ship & Shore Environmental, Inc. Expands Globally with New UAE Partnership
Companies Will Travel to Vietnam and Abu Dhabi to Showcase Solutions
Long Beach, CA, October 31st, 2018 – Ship & Shore has recently entered full force into the wastewater, oil & gas, and biogas industries, and will have a presence at two leading industry tradeshows in Vietnam and Abu Dhabi.
“We are thrilled to further expand into the wastewater and biogas markets. Industrial pollution is an increasing problem across the globe. Our partner, Amerair, has experience catering to these industries and we are confident we can provide the engineering solutions and control technologies these sectors need. Amerair will be attending the VietWater Exhibition to offer our pollution and environmental technologies for wastewater treatment and share the latest international trends influencing the water industry,” said Anoosheh Oskouian, CEO of Ship & Shore Environmental, Inc.
The event expects 500 participating companies from 40 countries to attend this year and is projected to attract 15,000 trade visitors from Vietnam and the region, making it the fastest growing water technology trade event in Asia. The event offers investors and technology suppliers an incredible breadth of business opportunities and a great way to expand their markets.
To emphasize their position in the oil & gas and biogas sectors, Ship & Shore will also be working alongside Amerair to attend the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference from November 12th – 15th. ADIPEC is one of the world’s largest and most influential oil and gas events. This event will bring together industry stakeholders to share and exchange ideas for a better future in the energy sector.
“Ship & Shore has also further branched out to the biogas and oil & gas sectors, and we have several large new clients in each space. We have seen the overall increase in energy demand from machinery, refining, and processing various chemical and petroleum products. This increase has resulted in a spike in emissions and pollution and has required engineers to develop new and advanced ways to meet the energy demand without hurting the environment. With Ship & Shore’s pollution abatement systems, we will offer long-term solutions for mitigating pollution,” said Anu Vij, COO of Ship & Shore.
Solidifying their place in these sectors, Ship & Shore has recently won new projects, including a project for a major company in the biogas industry. By early 2019, they will be installing a 15,000 SCFM Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) with silica resistant media in the Texas area.