Actom has signed a technology and local representation agreement with Hamon, the reputable international manufacturer and supplier of environmental and power generation systems, to extend John Thompson’s offerings in these fields in the local market
The additional equipment and technologies comprise electrostatic precipitators (ESP’s) and flue gas
This agreement, which took effect in mid-September 2018, gives John Thompson the exclusive right in the Southern African region to sell and support Hamon’s ESP systems, while its representation rights for the other two Hamon systems are non-exclusive.
The Hamon systems and services are added to the portfolio of John Thompson’s Utility Boilers & Environmental Solutions business unit, which serves these markets.
“The agreement greatly strengthens John Thompson’s capability to cater to the Southern African market’s requirements in these fields, particularly to power utilities, the iron & steel manufacturing sector, mineral processing
“It also provides for local manufacture of substantial portions of the equipment concerned. With respect to ESPs, the housings for the internal components of the ESP’s, as well as the external support structures, ducting and other components will be manufactured by John Thompson,” Seeth pointed out.
“Additionally, John Thompson is responsible for managing the execution of the projects and for ensuring that all applicable backup services are provided.”
“We are convinced that we have found in Actom an excellent partner to promote the Hamon Research Cottrell technology on the African market”, declares Eric Binard, Director EMEA, Member of the Hamon Group Executive Committee.
“Actom has the right competence to manage and control local fabrication and has an impressive strength to execute the site works as well as to ensure a continuous service close to the customer for maintenance,
“The expertise of both partners makes that customers have now a