Currently, Geecom is involved in the construction and refurbishment of both wet and dry electrostatic precipitators and Intensiv-Filter provides a complete spectrum of different sizes of bag filters. Geecom will be responsible for the sales and Intensiv-Filter for the delivery of the filters.
“With the strategic alliance we are going to continue our way to offer systems that assist with the reduction of particulate emissions associated with industrial processes,” said Gustl Mischkulnig, managing director of Geecom. “Having been involved in the environmental control industry for more than 30 years, I can honestly say that the need for these systems has never been as prevalent as it is now. There are a number of regulations that will require that organisations approach a clean air policy within their business.”
“[This is] an important step in completing our presence within the African market,” added Thomas Blüggel, managing director of Intensiv-Filter. “The visions of Geecom and Intensiv-Filter are very close.”