The first strategic agreement between the two industry leaders was signed in 2000 and renewed in 2011. For over two decades, Sulzer and Shell have partnered to provide state-of-the-art mass transfer technologies to businesses in the manufacturing and processing sectors. In this time, the licensed technologies have supported over a hundred projects every year. Under the terms of the new agreement, Sulzer Chemtech will continue to be the worldwide licensee for Shell Catalysts & Technologies' high-capacity tray and phase separation technology. In addition to this, the companies have committed to expanding the joint development of new advanced mass transfer and separation technologies.
Andy Gosse, President of Shell Catalysts & Technologies, says: 'We are very excited to renew and expand our partnership with Sulzer Chemtech. Working even more closely together will strengthen our ability to support current as well as future market needs. By combining our engineering resources, technologies and knowledge we will continue to deliver market-leading, highly efficient mass transfer solutions to our customers.'
Torsten Wintergerste, Division President at Sulzer Chemtech, comments: 'We are extremely proud of what we have accomplished together with Shell Catalysts & Technologies and are thrilled to extend our partnership. The new licensing agreement will allow us to further grow our portfolio of processing equipment, helping us to deliver the solutions of the future for mass transfer. This ultimately strengthens our ability to support customers in the manufacturing and processing industries with cutting-edge technologies to improve their operations. We welcome all cooperation agreements that focus on the development of solutions to increase the sustainability of manufacturing and processing operations as well as the reduction of their carbon footprints'.
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