AmmPower Corp (CSE: AMMP) this morning forged ahead with its focus on ammonia plant manufacturing. The firm has appointed a leader in the manufacturing industry, whom is highly qualified in terms of designing and operating ammonia and urea projects.
Taking on the role of Director – Ammonia Production Processes is that of Venkat Pattabathula, whom has more than three and a half decades of experience in the space. His resume includes the construction of four global ammonia plant projects, which took place across the world from Louisiana, to India, to Saudi Arabia and Australia.
Venkat holds a post-graduate degree in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, as well as a certificate from MIT.
“With the addition of such an industry veteran who has built ammonia plants around the world, AmmPower is now in a unique position to not only be a world leader in the development of green ammonia technologies, but also in the creation of large scale facilities to produce green ammonia. This is the latest step towards making AmmPower a world leader in green ammonia production,” commented President Rene Bharti on the appointment.
Within the new role, Pattabathula is to be focused on the creation of green ammonia plants for the company, which are expected to be constructed in global jurisdictions.
AmmPower Corp last traded at $0.65 on the CSE.
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