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Ship & Shore Environmental expands alliance with Webconvert in Canada


April 27, 2016
By MRO Staff


Long Beach, CA – Ship & Shore Environmental, Inc., a leading global pollution abatement service provider, announced today a major boost of its Canadian market presence after expanding its existing alliance with Webconvert, a Toronto-based company that acts as an agent/manufacturer’s representative for certain product lines, including pollution control.

With this expanded agreement, Webconvert will continue to serve as a local liaison between Ship & Shore and Canadian manufacturers to provide a Canadian perspective on the market and pollution control regulations.

“Our enhanced alliance with Webconvert will greatly expand our Canadian presence,” said Anoosheh Oskouian, CEO of Ship & Shore Environmental, Inc., in Long Beach, Calif. “Our primary goal with this relationship has always been to assist Canadian companies in their manufacturing operations by collecting and destroying VOCs leading to emission reductions. Now, this new development has meant the alliance has taken a turn for the better.”

“We are very excited about our expanded relationship with Ship & Shore,” said Dirk Kroll, President of Webconvert. “We serve Canadian customers, providing a comprehensive line of products from the USA and Europe. Our mission is to add value to every product that we represent, through deep technical and market knowledge.  In that sense, Webconvert and Ship & Shore are a perfect match, because we share similar business and customer service objectives.”


Along those lines, Oskouian says Ship & Shore will continue to develop strategies cooperatively with Webconvert clients to meet new and more demanding provincial and municipal government regulations pertaining to pollution abatement.

Webconvert’s primary business is supplying machinery for the Flexible Packaging industry including accessories, control systems and peripheral products for use on printing machinery, paper machinery, and many other related machines such as slitters, rewinders and laminators. It serves the converting, printing and flexible packaging industries within Canada by providing excellent sales, service and technical advice for our many diverse principals across the industry.

Ship & Shore’s professional staff custom designs waste heat and energy recovery systems capable of capturing hot exhaust from combustion produced during various manufacturing processes and redirects to other areas of production to save and re-use energy. Captured heat may be used to preheat the incoming volatile organic compound (VOC)-laden air stream before entering the combustion chamber with oxidizer systems. Hot exhaust can also be passed through a boiler to produce steam, hot water or hot oil for other processes heating requirements, saving wasted energy and optimizing efficiency.

S&SE’s expertise offers a complete source for environmental and energy solutions, featuring both quick ROI and the aforementioned cash incentives – adding to a company’s performance and profitability.

What industries and customers benefit most from this expanded alliance?

  • Printing – both wide web flexographic and gravure, and Flexible Packaging.
  • Pulp & Paper, Petrochemicals

What type of projects, solutions are the alliance’s main targets with Canadian customers?

  • Clean Tech Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers (RTOs)
  • Low NOx burners
  • Scrubbers
  • Energy efficiency and heat recovery strategies

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