Quest Water Global adds manufacturing capacity in Mexico
Will make water purification systems for African, Caribbean, Central American markets.
VANCOUVER — Quest Water Global Inc. has signed a contract manufacturing agreement with Tecnologia del Pacifico S.A. de C.V. for the fabrication and assembly of the AQUAtap water purification system in Mexico.
The company’s technology processes unsafe water from polluted wells, rivers, lakes, boreholes, saline and brackish sources, to create 100% purified, natural drinking water, with an output of up to 100,000 litres a day.
The water tech company based in Vancouver said the systems will be made in Baja California, Mexico, for Angola, the Caribbean, Central America, and other markets worldwide.
“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. “Tecnologia del Pacifico will give Quest Water’s purchase orders top priority and ensure that high quantities of our community drinking water stations can be deployed efficiently to our customers in a cost-effective manner.”
The Mexican manufacturing plant will provide additional fabrication and assembly capacity to support increased production demand in other African countries, South America and Asia.