$4 million, to supply bioenergy technology licenses and engineering services to Samsung Heavy Industries in Korea and South East Asia has been secured by Irish company Bedminster International

A contract, worth an initial $4 million, to supply bioenergy technology licenses and engineering services to Samsung Heavy Industries in Korea and South East Asia has been secured by Irish company Bedminster International

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The agreement, signed today (13th October) will utilise the the company’s BioEnergy Technology in Samsung’s new waste management operations.

Announcing the agreement Mr. Chunhak Kim, Executive Director of Samsung Heavy Industries said: “Waste management is a huge global issue and Samsung Heavy Industries is well equipped to delivery a safe sustainable solution in Korea and overseas. In our global search for a reliable MBT technology partner, we were extremely impressed with Bedminster management and our technical team found the Bedminster technology to be robust, economic and safe, with several reference facilities to prove it worked.”

“The decision of Samsung Heavy Industries to select our BioEnergy Technology is particularly good news for Bedminster. It will ensure significant company growth over the coming years,” said Pearce O’Kane, Chief Executive Officer of Bedminster International.

“Our combined engineering resource will now focus on building the first Samsung showcase in Korea, whilst our sales teams will work together to develop new markets, including the Middle East and South America. We will also collaborate on maintaining the Intellectual Property.”

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