During his presentation at the last GREEN4SEA Conference, Mr. Juha Kiukas, Sales Director, Trojan Marinex, noted that ballast water testing is expensive and time consuming and consolidation in BWTS market will accelerate. He referred to recent USCG policy letter regarding inoperable systems and clarified that lack of consumables does not meet the ”stops of operating properly” clause and also ships with inoperable BWT system due to BWT system makers bankruptcy and non-availability of spare parts or chemicals will not receive special consideration.
Juha Kiukas is a Marine Naval Architect with over 20 years of experience in various marine markets. As the European Sales Director at Trojan Marinex, he leads the tactical implementation of sales and market integration strategies. Trojan Marinex is part of the Trojan Technologies group of businesses. Direct access to 40 years of industry-defining water treatment expertise has enabled them to create a suite of ballast water treatment systems unlike any other. These systems are purpose built for the marine environment and provide filtration + UV in a single, compact unit.
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