Brady is pleased to announce that it has entered into a relationship with Southeastern Laboratories and ChemSearch FE to provide water treatment solutions to customers across central and eastern North Carolina. The change went into effect on February 1, 2022 and customers have already begun transitioning to their new water treatment service provider.
“This partnership is a win-win for our customers”
-Jim Brady, CEO of Brady
“Both of these organizations provide innovative, sustainable solutions for water treatment which our customers want at their facilities.”
“This partnership with Brady allows us to further extend our existing relationship in support of our shared customers and provides complementary solutions to meet the growing demand for innovative products and services in the marketplace today. We share the same customer-focus and deliver additional expertise in sustainable water management solutions to meet our customer’s future goals and objectives”, said Ben Greenland, Director of Corporate Sales, Southeastern Labs.
Wade Siebman, President, ChemSearch FE was noted as saying, “We are excited to partner with another world-class organization in Brady, continuing to provide industry-leading service and solutions, while also adding 100 years of water treatment expertise, innovation, and facility resource management experience to our customers.”
On Saturday, May 14th, Brady Associates and key community leaders gathered to dedicate the second Habitat for Humanity House sponsored by late founder and chairman Don Brady and his wife, Mary Gay.
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