Prosep Inks Distribution Agreement With Puffer-Sweiven

Published Oct 14, 2016
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ProSep, the oil, gas, and water treatment specialist has signed a distribution agreement with Puffer-Sweiven, a supplier of products and services for process control and flow control.

The partnership aims to leverage ProSep’s mixer and produced water technologies with Puffer-Sweiven’s track record as a successful distributor across multiple industries and ultimately expand ProSep’s offerings beyond the upstream oil and gas market.

“ProSep’s proprietary mixer technologies have helped oil and gas operators achieve significant operating efficiencies during production, reducing expenses by 20% to 60%,” says Mahesh Konduru, Chief Financial Officer and Head of Operations at ProSep. “Whether it’s Oil & Gas or Utilities, Power, or Paper, we believe that we can help new clients across industries stay competitive as they navigate an increasingly challenging industrial climate.”

The initial terms of the agreement will cover the Gulf Coast region, including Texas and New Mexico. The companies also plan to pursue opportunities in Latin America, where Puffer-Sweiven has offices in Venezuela, Colombia, Chile and Ecuador.

“This partnership could not have come at a better time. Many industrial producers and utilities are looking for means to optimise their processes and reduce costs. ProSep’s advanced technology along with the services and complementary products which Puffer-Sweiven can provide will bring real value to our customer base,” says Jeff Deurlein at Puffer-Sweiven.

“For over 70 years, many of the world’s largest companies have trusted Puffer-Sweiven to provide quality and value-added solutions for them on a consistent basis,” says Konduru. “Their sales team, more than 100 strong, is highly informed and in tune with client needs. We are excited about this partnership and look forward to working with them closely to meet our growth goals.”

Tags: ProSep Inc., Puffer-Sweiven


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