Helping SMEs grow internationally

Helping SMEs grow internationally

SINGAPORE - A local environmental engineering and systems company called Envipure has managed to successfully expand internationally thanks to the help of government agencies like SPRING Singapore and IE Singapore.

The solution provider in the environment and water industry began exporting in 2010, and now has plants in more than 20 countries, including Africa, the Middle East, Europe and the Pacific Islands.

Envipure is also exploring research and development activities to invent and develop advanced and innovative technologies for the environment and water industry .

More information is provided in the press release below:

Helping SME boost productivity through Capability Upgrading and Internationalisation

Minister of State for Trade and Industry Mr Teo Ser Luck visited Envipure, a Singapore-based environmental engineering and systems company, to understand first-hand how the company successfully transformed its business by venturing overseas and adopting pro ductivity initiatives.

After this morning's tour at Envipure's workshop, which showcased its productivity improvements in the design process, MOS Teo said, "Envipure has successfully built a niche for itself in the area of air pollution and odour control.

"Today, it is a leading solution provider in the environment and water industry, boasting capabilities that enabled it to gain a competitive advantage and chart new frontiers overseas.

"It is a very good example of how a company has effectively worked in close partnerships with government agencies like SPRING Singapore and IE Singapore on its capability upgrading and internationalisation efforts," he added. 

Envipure's productivity initiatives

At Envipure, the Project and Design teams work closely together particularly in fabrication work to ensure product customisation.

The pre-fabrication work is performed and technologically-packaged systems are assembled before being exported to overseas customers.

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