RJM International announces today that its US operation, RJM Corporation (USA) Inc., has appointed...
RJM International reinforces its presence in the USA and...
RJM International of the UK and ECOMB of Sweden announce today a co-operative partnership to offer a combined range of combustion and emissions improvement technologies to combustion plants across Scandinavia
RJM has secured new emissions reduction and efficiency improvement projects in China, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Vietnam.
RJM International, has won two new NOx reduction projects in China at the Linhua Mountain Resort in Jinan, Shandong and at Xinjiang in north-west China.
RJM has appointed Helen Ricketts as Senior Project Manager in the UK and Lance Morris as Project Manager & Combustion Engineer in Singapore.
RJM’s new sales force to target the industrial burner market in Europe and upgrade projects for the power & process sectors in the Middele East, Africa and India.
Four of RJM’s new ultra-low NOx CleanAir Burners™ have just been installed and commissioned at a district heating plant in the Pinggu region of Beijing, in time for the 2018/19 winter heating season.
RJM International has appointed Jakarta-based SANTI Group as its representative agent to target new business opportunities throughout Indonesia.
This is a new bi-lateral government initiative to help high-potential, British SMEs access new business opportunities in India. RJM is one of only 24 UK businesses, out of over 400 applicants, to have been accepted onto this new programme.
After an absence of 14 years, RJM has returned to its original home country and opened a new regional office in Tulsa, OK. During that period, RJM has been focused on technical innovation and growing the business outside North America, mainly in the UK, Europe, China and the Far East.
Having successfully completed a combustion optimisation project in Vietnam and a series of ground-breaking emissions reduction projects at district heating plants in Beijing, this new office will facilitate further growth across South East Asia.