JWC Environmental, Adams Hydraulics to expand relationship into Japan and China
JWC Environmental and Adams Hydraulics have announced that, in principle, JWC's license to manufacture, market and distribute JWC's Monster Separation System has been expanded to include China and Japan, increasing the geographic reach of the agreement beyond North America...
COSTA MESA, CA, Feb. 1, 2006 -- JWC Environmental and Adams Hydraulics have announced that, in principle, JWC's license to manufacture, market and distribute JWC's Monster Separation System™ has been expanded to include China and Japan, increasing the geographic reach of the agreement beyond North America.
The Monster Separation System™ family of products consists of advanced screening solutions licensed from Adams including the Finescreen Monster™ and Bandscreen Monster™ fine screens, the Chain & Rake Monster™ raked bar screen and the Storm Monster™ combined overflow stormwater screen. Together with JWC's patent pending Screenings Washer Monster®, this product line represents the state of the art in wastewater screening and screenings handling.
With strong distribution in place in Japan through Tomoe Engineering Co. Ltd. in Tokyo and China via Ivy Canada, Inc. in Hangzhou, Tianjin, Guangzhou, JWC will provide leading edge solutions and service to customers in these territories.
JWC Environmental (www.jwce.com), of Costa Mesa, CA, distributes its products through a global network of independent representatives and distributors. In addition, it provides extensive sales and service support through regional and international sales offices and service centers. Founded in 1973, JWC and its worldwide family of employees are committed to providing customers leading edge products, services and value.
Adams Hydraulics (www.adamshydraulics.co.uk), of York, UK, has designed and supplied equipment to the world's water and sewage treatment industries for over 120 years and has maintained an enviable reputation for the quality and integrity of its products, with clients worldwide. Its purchase of Three Star Environmental in 2001 solidified its position in the screening segment of the wastewater market.