Quest Water to manufacture in Mexican facility

Oct. 16, 2013

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Quest has signed an agreement to manufacture its AQUAtap™ systems in Mexico for worldwide distribution.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Quest Water Global Inc. has signed an agreement with Tecnologia del Pacifico S.A. de C.V. for manufacturing in Mexico for the Caribbean, Central American and other worldwide markets, according to a press release on MarketWired.

Quest Water is a water technology company and developer of AQUAtap™ Community Drinking Water Station and WEPS™ Water Extraction and Purification System, the release noted.

"It was essential that we secure additional manufacturing capacity to immediately support our marketing efforts in Africa, the Caribbean and Central America, and be in a strong position to produce mass quantities of our AQUAtap™ system," said John Balanko, Quest Water Global CEO and president. "We have been extremely impressed with the team of professionals at Tecnologia del Pacifico and are confident in their ability to build and assemble our AQUAtap™ systems quickly."

According to the release, Quest has secured the Contract Manufacturing Agreement in anticipation of purchase orders from Angola and Pure Water Solutions Corp. in the Caribbean and Central America.

Please visit MarketWired to read the full release.

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