Aurora, CO, June 14, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- EnerisQ International, LLC announced today a strategic sales representation agreement which expands the company’s presence in the Asia Minor Region. Ertem Artun Engineering will represent EnerisQ robotic tank and pipeline services, remote water purification products, and advanced electrical grounding services in Turkey.
Dr. Jerry V. Dollar, Chief Executive Officer of EnerisQ International, is quoted as stating, “We are pleased to be able to bring our unique non-disruptive technologies to this region of the world. The Turkish energy market is expanding quickly and as such it is critical to maintain a local presence.” Initial efforts will revolve around the introduction of OTIS robotic tank cleaning and inspection and GWUT pipeline inspection. “We welcome the opportunity to work closely with Artun Engineering to serve the NDT needs of the Turkish energy community,” Dr. Dollar continued.
Ertem Artun Engineering is a well established regional service company, meeting the diverse needs of energy-producing corporations across Turkey. Managing Director Ertem Artun welcomes the opportunity to bring EnerisQ’s innovative high technology solutions to his current and future customer base in Turkey.
EnerisQ utilizes partners that are highly experienced in providing conventional nondestructive testing services, advanced nondestructive testing services and specialty inspection services. The company’s clients benefit from the complimentary services and technical experience to improve productivity and maximize the effectiveness of their inspection budgets. In all service and product offerings, EnerisQ is committed to non-disruptive processes which assure no down time for customers.
EnerisQ also specializes in online tank inspection and cleaning (OTIS robotics), pipeline integrity testing (GWUT), and tubular inspection (NDT). The company offers the following services and products on a global basis: earth grounding, integrity analysis, and remote water purification solutions. Integrated consulting services and vulnerability assessments are available for members of the global energy community as well.