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Zeeco expands Chinese operation

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Zeeco, Inc. has announced its further expansion plan for the Chinese market. The investment plan includes a fully functioning new team, a second Shanghai office, and an engineering and fabrication facility which will significantly increase Zeeco’s market position in China.

“The Chinese market is a strategic opportunity for Zeeco’s future business growth. Zeeco has had a dedicated team primarily focused on the power heating and steam business in China for the past seven years and they have had tremendous success serving and growing this market. We are now poised to do the same for the full breadth of our technology portfolio including process burners, flares, and thermal oxidisers. We expect our business for these products to grow in the Chinese market with the additional resources now in place,” Darton Zink, President and CEO of Zeeco, said.

The new product group will be led by General Manager, Yuan (Andy) Ma. “We are extremely excited to have Andy and his team as part of the Zeeco family. We look forward to supporting this very important market for many years to come and are in the process of adding additional in-country fabrication facilities as well,” Brent Williamson, Director of Marketing and Business Development for Zeeco, said.

“My team and I are honored to join Zeeco,” said Andy Ma, the former CEO of Keyland and an MIT Sloan Fellow. “Zeeco is a leading technical solution company with a rich history in industrial combustion technology. Under this new regionalization strategy, we will bring additional Zeeco combustion technology into the Chinese market to better serve our local customers, while supporting sustainable development in China,” Ma, said.

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