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Blue Water Desalination adds European dealers

Blue Water Desalination is expanding its global reach through the appointment of two new dealers in Europe.
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Blue Water Desalination is expanding its global reach through the appointment of two new dealers in Europe.

Sales, installation and service of Blue Water Desalination watermakers, equipment and accessories can be performed in Italy by Technical Dream, and in the Netherlands and Belgium by BTST Marine Equipment.

"At BTST we are proud to be a member of the Blue Water distribution network,” Bas Thijssen of BTST Marine Equipment said in a statement. “Chris Rollins and his team have developed five lines of well-designed, high-quality and the most user-friendly reverse osmosis systems available. Next to that, Blue Water continues to expand their portfolio with the recent Clear Mate and Tank Mate systems.”

"We have worked with other brands for watermakers, and after many years in the business we know the BWD products are sure to be appreciated by Italian Nautica,” Technical Dream's Gianfranco Stumpo said.

“Additionally at this time, BWD can provide world-class products such as the Legend LX watermaker, which is unique in the world for performance. Finally, we are sure that with the great experience of BWD on watermakers we can satisfy our shipyards."

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