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Emco Wheaton meets the highest standards of safety to trade in Poland
Emco Wheaton and TODO, global market leaders in the design and manufacture of technology for the transfer of petroleum products and hazardous chemicals, are expanding their reach into Poland.
With full TDT accreditation – the safety certificate required to sell oil transfer products in the country – showing they have met the highest standards of safety and performance, the Polish market will now be able to benefit from the world leading technology that both companies provide.
The ball valves, couplings for hazardous goods, couplings for LPG breakaway systems, nozzles, API couplings and swivel joints which can now be sold in Poland will provide the fuel retention, low cost and safety benefits that can be expected from all Emco Wheaton and TODO products.
“Our products consist of world-leading technology and materials meaning there was little doubt that we would meet the standards required to trade in Poland. However, we are very excited to have been awarded the TDT accreditation and look forward to expanding the reach of our safest and most efficient technology for the transportation of fuel and hazardous chemicals to the Polish market” commented Andrew Dawson Goodey, General Manager of Emco Wheaton UK.
The certification is the latest in a long line of accreditations which show that Emco Wheaton and TODO products meet the European regulations ADR, ADN and RID for the filling and emptying of road, rail and marine vehicles which has helped to secure Emco Wheaton and TODO’s global growth. It also certifies the correct construction, manufacturing and testing of the products themselves.
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