Diversified Industries records H2S shipment increase to UAE
Canada’s Diversified Industries has reported that product orders and shipments of hydrogen sulphide (H2S) to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have been increasing substantially from the initial order.
The company recently delivered 12 additional drums of product for shipment to High Arctic/SEAL International of Dubai, bringing the total to 18 drums.
In January, the company announced that it executed a Letter of Understanding (LOU) authorizing High Arctic/SEAL International to act as master distributor for Diversified Industries' H2S DVS 6000 scavanger, in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, and Oman.
As a condition of the LOU, an initial product order of two drums was placed by High Arctic/SEAL International and shipping arrangements were initiated. Prior to shipment, High Arctic/SEAL increased the order by four drums, bringing the initial shipment to six drums.
This first order arrived in the Middle East approximately two weeks ago. Now, in order to ensure they have adequate inventory on hand, High Arctic/SEAL International placed a second purchase order for 12 drums, bringing the total to 18 drums. The new order is en route to Dubai.
Diversified is a product development and marketing company specializing in technologies and solutions targeting a cross section of industries. The company has developed its first technology, DVS 6000, for the removal of various contaminants from oil, gas, air and water. The most notable of these contaminants is H2S. — (menareport.com)
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