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Company is partnering with Maher Services
Water quality engineering firm Panton McLeod Americas has announced the first partnership distribution deal for its Pantonite cleaning products in the U.S. The Denver-based firm has signed an agreement with Massachusetts-headquartered water services company Maher Services, which will see its Pantonite products used to clean water storage facilities, stripping towers, and wells across the New England and New York states.
Under the deal, Maher Services will be the first regional U.S. distribution partner for the DWI and NSF-certified Pantonite products, which are designed to remove iron and manganese biofouling from water storage structures, including towers, tanks and wells.
The agreement means the firm will have exclusive distribution and usage rights for Pantonite throughout the Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New York.
Panton expects the partnership deal with Maher Services to be the first step in its strategic vision for the U.S, which aims to revolutionise the way water storage facilities are cleaned and inspected across the whole of the North America.
“We’re delighted to have agreed this partnership with Maher Services and look forward to seeing our cleaning products in action across the New York and New England states," Panton President Iain Weir said.