A LEADING provider of innovative asset cleaning and decontamination solutions has made a strong start to the year by hosting a well-attended event which placed the spotlight on a key part of its growing suite of products and services.
Begins a spokesperson: “In 2014, Inverurie-based Denholm MacNamee became the approved UK license holder for Zyme-Flow® Decon. Technology, and the system was the focus of a knowledge sharing lunch event in Aberdeen recently.”
Featuring expert input from US-based guest speaker, Dr Steve Matza, and Denholm MacNamee technical business development manager, Peter Reynolds, the event – at the city’s Crowne Plaza Hotel in Dyce – shared experiences and future potential for this single step decontamination system which has a range of refining and petrochemical applications.
Following successful use in the onshore arena, Denholm MacNamee’s exclusive license has enabled the patented formulation Zyme-Flow® Decon. Technology to be successfully rolled out to offshore clients operating in the North Sea.
Commenting on the success of the event, Denholm MacNamee managing director, Brian Ritchie, said: “Zyme-Flow® Decon. Technology has proved to be a significant addition to what we do and this event provided a valuable opportunity to share experiences and possibilities with delegates.
“The lunch stimulated a very good and useful debate on the day and we are now following up the excellent number of enquiries generated as a result.”
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