Headquartered in Rotterdam and with operations across Europe, the business has signed a new long-term agreement with BASF which will see Evides Industriewater build a new demi water installation at the chemical firm’s site in Antwerp.
As the second largest site in the BASF Group - comprising fifty production sites - Evides Industriewater has been supplying process water and part of the demineralised water for the last decade. The site produces a range of products and chemicals delivered to processing sectors, including automotive, construction, paper and leather manufacturing to food and pharmaceutical, as well as many more.
As part of the contract Evides Industriewater will research, alongside BASF, the further options for process optimisation and reuse of water to remain at the very forefront in its sustainability practices.
Over the past 12 months Evides Industriewater has opened a UK base as part of the company’s plans to strengthen its position in existing markets and open up new opportunities.
Speaking about the new contract win, Colin Robinson, Director of Business Development for the UK operation said: “We are delighted to have secured this additional long-term contract and additional works to build a new demi water installation which will contribute towards the firm’s sustainability targets and make operations even more streamlined.
“The company has excelled in delivering the most innovative and forward-thinking solutions to BASF and continually supplied the correct quantity and quality of process and demi water as a seamless operation, which has allowed the firm to remain focussed on its core business. We have proven to be so much more than just a supplier, as we continue to act as a strategic cooperation partner for this major brand.”
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/petrochemicals/23102020/evides-industriewater-secures-contract-with-basf/
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