ASX-listed water treatment specialist De.mem (ASX:DEM) has received $350,000 in new purchase orders which it believes will provide it with a platform for future growth.
According to De.mem the customers come from new and important target markets and geographies.
The two orders received comprise the delivery of a water treatment system to upgrade an existing vehicle wash facility and a containerised waste water treatment plant.
The water treatment system for the vehicle wash facility was ordered by a Western Australian government organisation.
The waste water treatment system will be delivered to a corporation from the Food & Beverage sector based in the Pacific Islands region. It combines different filtration processes with the objective to treat waste water from a factory to regulatory discharge standards.
De.mem CEO Andreas Kroell said both orders are significant milestones for De.mem, as both Western Australia and the Pacific Islands present substantial commercial potential for the company.
“These orders are significant milestones for our company as they confirm our capability to deliver into these important target geographies, Western Australia and the Pacific region. They provide a strong platform for our company’s planned regional expansion.”