November 29, 2007 — /PRNewswire/ — NEW YORK, NY — CECO Environmental Corp., a leading provider of air pollution control and industrial ventilation systems, announced today that it has secured 10 new orders totaling approximately $13.5 million.
Rick Blum, president and COO, states, “These orders were secured by our Kirk & Blum, Effox, CECO Filters, H.M. White, CECO Abatement, and Busch International subsidiaries. They involve projects for the power, food processing, automotive, ethanol, and aluminum industries. The largest of the projects, secured by H.M. White, involves energy management work for a foreign owned automotive facility in the United States. The second largest, also secured by H.M. White, is a mist collection system for an automotive facility in Mexico.”
Phillip DeZwirek, chairman and CEO, states, “We are especially pleased to announce the new order in Mexico. CECO recently opened an office in Mexico City, which it plans to move to Monterrey in the near future. We expect to increase the level of business that we do in that country. Our newest acquisition, GMD, also has a long track record of doing business in Mexico. I am also happy to announce that, for the second month in a row, our bookings are approximately $20 million. Bookings for the year have now reached $183 million.”
About CECO Environmental
CECO Environmental Corp. is North America’s largest independent air pollution control company. Through its nine subsidiaries — Busch, CECOaire, CECO Filters, CECO Abatement Systems, kbd/Technic, Kirk & Blum, H.M. White, Inc., Effox, and GMD Environmental — CECO provides a wide spectrum of air quality services and products including industrial air filters; environmental maintenance, monitoring, and management services; and air quality improvement systems. CECO is a full-service provider to the steel, military, aluminum, automotive, ethanol, aerospace, electric power, semiconductor, chemical, cement, metalworking, glass, foundry, and virtually all industrial process industries.
Source: CECO Environmental Corp.