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Corporate Details
Exhibitor: PAVAC Industries Inc.
Contact Name: Ralf Edinger
Booth Number: 311
Address: 105-12371 Horseshoe Way,
Richmond, BC V7A 4X6
Website: http://www.pavac.com

Corporate Summary:

PAVAC Industries Inc is a privately held corporation established in 1998 to develop, build, and deliver state-of-the-art electron beam technology. Headquartered in Richmond, BC, with a US subsidiary in Batavia, IL, PAVAC's machines are used in North America, Europe, India, and China for production in the energy and aerospace sectors. PAVAC-EBFGT is a multi-pollution treatment technology, converting NOx and SOx gas emissions from coal fired power plants into fertilizer.

Key Geographic Markets
Experience in:      Canada, India, China, Switzerland, United States
Interest in: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, India, Japan, Mexico, China, Switzerland, United States, Korea
Product Service Offerings
Pollution Prevention Technologies
Business Development Objectives
Direct Sales, Distributors/Agents, Raising Capital, Strategic Alliances
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