CONIDIA APPOINTS A NEW DISTRIBUTION PARTNER IN CHINA

Conidia Announces New Partnership with Allied eParts (China) Co. Limited

Conidia today announced the signing of a partnership agreement with Allied eParts (China) Co. Ltd, a subsidiary of Allied eParts PTE Limited, that specialise in the distribution of marine radar spares and other marine products. Conidia develop, manufacture and sell microbial contamination fuel test kits into aviation, marine and land diesel sectors.

With the addition of Allied eParts (AEP), Conidia will be able to offer microbial fuel detection solutions for a wide variety of marine applications in China. The agreement is Conidia’s first direct distribution agreement in China and forms part of the company’s strategy to focus on investment in its partner ecosystem.

“The marine industry continuously faces the challenge of detecting and preventing microbial contamination in fuel. This problem has the potential to affect business throughout the year. As we set to increase our presence in China, we are delighted to be partnering with AEP for the distribution of our marine solutions. AEP is perfectly positioned to provide best-in-class solutions in fuel quality management. Together we are in a position to cater to what the market is looking for”, said Patrick Taylor, Technical Sales Director, Conidia.

“At Allied eParts, we believe in providing our customers with not only a wide range of products, but an excellent service as well. Our collaboration with Conidia is a testament of our strong market position and we will be offering a full value added service to Conidia including, pre sales, post sales, training, and new business generation.”, said Anne Tan , General Manager, AEP China.

AEP are also the appointed distributor of Hatteland Display, AC Antenna, Entel Marine Radio, FHF signalling and communication equipment, MEDC Hazardous Area Communication and Novega beacon, all of which manufacture critical marine communication and location devices.

About Conidia

Conidia is an internationally recognized company within the Bioscience sector. The Fuelstat® range of rapid testing kits for the detection of microbial contamination in fuels can be used throughout the supply chain.  Testing is applicable to aviation, marine and land environments, wherever kerosene or diesel is used, stored or transported. (www.conidia.com)

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