Photo Release: Governor Larry Hogan Cuts Ribbon on New Water Technology Center
ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan today delivered remarks and cut the ribbon at the Sanexen Water Technology Center in Baltimore, Md. The governor was joined by President and CEO of LOGISTEC Madeleine Paquin, President of Sanexen Water Benoit Côté, Secretary of the Maryland Department of Commerce Mike Gill, Executive Director of the Maryland Port Administration Russell Hill, and other state and local officials.
“Maryland is already leading the way with bold initiatives to safeguard our environment, and with the addition of Sanexen, we are proudly supporting water infrastructure through new cutting edge technology,” said Governor Hogan. “Congratulations to everyone involved in this important project.”
Just last year, Governor Hogan joined regional leaders for a joint trade mission to Canada. While speaking at a Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal event, he highlighted Maryland’s economic resurgence, encouraging Quebec business leaders – including LOGISTEC – to consider expanding to Maryland. The Hogan administration is committed to expanding business and trade partnerships, benefiting the Maryland economy and fueling development across the state.
“Our common ambition is to build on the leadership role Maryland has taken in this vital sector and create a leading platform to deploy technology to protect the U.S. water infrastructure,” said Madeleine Paquin, President and CEO of LOGISTEC.
The new Sanexen Water Technology center is an exciting collaboration between LOGISTEC and the state of Maryland. This center will be the first of its kind in the United States with a focus on continuous research and interaction with key stakeholders in the water industry. Sanexen Water is a member of the LOGISTEC family, which is a Canada-based company.