“To keep pace with the increasing demand for our products worldwide and to accommodate new products on the horizon, we have grown our commercial team and our research, development and manufacturing facilities,” said Jim Matheson, president and CEO of Oasys Water. “By strengthening the team and capabilities, we will be well positioned to maintain a leadership role in developing and deploying technologies to treat the world’s most difficult waters.”
Oasys Water has doubled its office space in Boston and expanded its research and development area allowing the company to increase its capabilities to test challenging waters, develop new membrane chemistries and processes, and test larger scale system configurations. The company has grown its team of employees by more than 50% across sales, marketing, engineering, research and manufacturing.
During 2013, Oasys closed a Series B financing from strategic investors and announced partnerships in the Chinese water market and in the global oil and gas produced water market. Oasys filed more than 45 patent applications worldwide last year, giving a total of 184 pending applications. The company had eight patents issued in 2013, bringing the total issued globally to 22.