Bio-Microbics Participates in Elite Panel Discussion on Canada Trading Relationship
Released on: November 24, 2014, 11:24 am (EST)
Author: Jane Fenway
Shawnee, Kansas, November 24, 2014 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Bio-Microbics recently participated in an elite panel discussion themed on US & Canada's supreme trading relationship which is said to be the most comprehensive and largest commercial bond in the world. Entitled as "CANADA AND KANSAS CITY: A RELATIONSHIP THAT MATTERS," the panel event was hosted by the Kansas City World Trade Center and International Trade Council of Greater Kansas.
The high impactful trading relationship between Canada & US is echoed by a high volume bilateral trade equaling close to 1.6 billion per day. The major breakfast event was organized on Wednesday, September 17th at the Kansas City World Trade Center at Union Station. Mr. Jim Heeter, President of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, delivered the inaugural remarks, setting the prelude for discussion.
Bio-Microbics is a leading global manufacturer of advanced decentralized waste water treatment, residential septic system enhancements & storm water system products.
Fred Baehner from IBNewsmag was entrusted with the responsibility to introduce the panel & Canada Consul General (Chicago outlet of Canada Consulate General) Dr. R.B. Norton was the guest speaker & moderator for the event. The panel discussions revolved around KXL pipeline & US/Canada regulation issues that have been affecting water bonds between US & Canada.
Bio-Microbics has been a supplier of advance wastewater treatment products to Canadian market (through distributors) for more than 18 years. The stormwater and wastewater treatment system developed by the Kansas Company renders a solid support for Bio-Microbics Canadian Distributor's Dealer networking, several ancillary businesses, all while safeguarding the environment.
Bio-Microbics supports varied dealers/distributors in training, presenting & conducting various workshops in Canada.
"We are honored to take part in this elite event," stated Paul Flynn, Bio-Microbics Senior Operations Director. He continued, "Our advanced, world-class storm water and wastewater treatment systems take care of several water needs across Canada & are crucial to ensure sustainable & premium water management all through the world. We are looking forward to march further with this significant relationship."
Bio-Microbics is a world-leading global manufacturer of advanced decentralized waste water treatment, residential septic system enhancements & storm water system products. To know more on Bio-Microbics, go to http://www.biomicrobics.com
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