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Redecam and Isgec announce new joint venture

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Redecam Group and Isgec Heavy Engineering Ltd have announced the establishment of their joint venture in the field of air pollution control. The new company, names ISGEC REDECAM ENVIRO SOLUTIONS PVT LTD., is headquartered in Noida, Delhi, India, and enables both partners to be a complete provider for flue gas treatment systems for the cement, power and metals industry.

Barry Downing, CEO of Redecam Group: “Air pollution is one of the major environmental issues India and the rest of Asia face today and it is a serious problem with the major sources being industrial emission and biomass burning, vehicle emission and traffic congestion. In the effort to reduce the country’s air pollution, Redecam and Isgec aim to build a strong business in Asia, drawing upon Redecam’s global expertise combined with the skills and knowledge of Isgec, a strong partner headquartered in India.”

Aditya Puri, MD of Isgec: “With air pollution becoming a growing threat in the region, I see great potential for flue gas treatment solutions in Asia. We are very happy that we have signed the joint venture agreement with Redecam, a trusted partner with an outstanding technology portfolio. With Isgec’s vast experience in manufacturing and project execution, we look forward to working together for mutual success by providing customers with even better solutions than ever before.”

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