The largest subsidiary of Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation Group, MATHESON, has joined marketing forces with Solarbrook Water and Power Corporation to serve the water treatment market. The new deal has been described as a ‘winning combination’ by MATHESON.
The strategic alliance will expand MATHESON’s product and service offering to the water treatment industry by building on Solarbrook’s patented technology. Rick Kowey, Executive Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer of MATHESON, remarked, “This collaboration combines the extensive technical and commercial capabilities of both companies to provide state of the art, reliable and cost-effective technology to an important MATHESON customer segment. This collaboration should prove to be a winning combination for both our companies and customers.”
George Moore, CEO of Solarbrook Water and Power Corporation, responded, “This strategic alliance with MATHESON is a very significant milestone for our company. Signing this marketing agreement with MATHESON should undoubtedly serve as a catalyst to take Solarbrook to the next level. I am extremely proud to be associated with a company like MATHESON.”
Moore continued, “They have been a leader and one of the most well respected companies in the industry for over 80 years. The opportunity we have- to team up with a corporation that is one of the top industrial gas companies in the United States- is a monumental step for Solarbrook. I am sure that this partnership will prove to be mutually beneficial for both companies for years to come and will provide increased value for our current and future shareholders.”
Solarbrook Water and Power Corporation is based in Cary, North Carolina and has a core focus of acquiring and developing green technologies and businesses which will improve global water quality. The company achieves this manifesto by detection, treatment and removal of contaminants. In addition, Solarbrook seeks to provide integrated clean power alternatives for remote and off-grid systems- further expanding market potential.