Published on August 6th, 2013 | by Anneli Hidalgo0
EnviDan paves way in South East Asia
The Danish environmental company EnviDan has won the tender for establishing and running a center for innovation and sales of Danish water technologies to South East Asia.
EnviDan has won the tender with DHI and the Danish Export Association as sub consultants. Together, they will execute a professional business plan to ensure that the new center is successful, which is also planned to be up and running before the end of 2013. EnviDan and its partners will be responsible for the operation of the center until the end of 2014.
According to EnviDan, the main goal of the project is to pave way for other Danish companies. The idea is that these will be able to establish business relations and distribution channels for their products and services relating to water issue and technology. Overall, EnviDan states that the company wishes to strengthen the global competitiveness of the Danish companies and open their eyes to possibilities in South East Asia and at the same time, making Danish companies known to decision makers in Asia.
Established in 1995, EnviDan’s main business areas include: planning, development, counselling, delivery of equipment, total enterprises, partnering and financing of environmental technical plants.