By Greentech Lead Team: OTI Greentech AG,
a provider of sustainable solutions for the cleaning, recovery and
disposal of oil in a wide range of applications, announced a distribution
agreement with Brenntag GmbH, the German subsidiary of chemical distributer
The agreement allows Brenntag GmbH to sell OTI
Greentech’s all liquid ECOSOLUT products for cleaning oil impurities
in Germany. OTI Greentech has a patented portfolio of eco-friendly and
highly efficient purification and separation products for removing oil
contamination. The partnership also enablesOTI Greentech AG to expand their
global foot print.
Brenntag GmbH has been blending and formulating OTI
Greentech AG’s liquid products on the company’s behalf since 2007; the
inclusion of the new, innovative OTI products in Brenntag’s extensive
distribution network marks a new form of partnership for the companies.
“We are very pleased indeed to have entered into this
distribution contract with Brenntag GmbH. It not only enables us to expand our long-term
business relationship with Brenntag, but has also given us an experienced,
dependable partner which will commit its professional expertise to the sale of
our innovative products in Germany”, said Stephan
Rind, executive chairman of the board of directors at OTI Greentech AG.
The sales activities conducted by Brenntag GmbH in
Germany will focus on the refinery sector, the shipping industry, tank cleaning
services, power plant operators and industrial cleaning companies.
The distribution agreement for Germany is the latest in a
series of similar agreements OTI Greentech has entered into in recent months;
2011 saw the young clean tech company from the Swiss town of Zug contractually
securing distribution of its products by first class partners in the US,
the Middle East and south-eastern Europe.
Recently, OTI Greentech AG received approval
from the United Nation’s agency, IMO, for its maritime cleaning products. This
mandate allows the worldwide distribution of its environmentally friendly and
highly efficient products to the shipping sector.