June 22, 2011
CECO Environmental Corp.
(NasdaqGM: CECE), a leading provider of air pollution control and industrial ventilation systems, announced today that it has received four new global orders totaling approximately
These major orders include one for approximately
from a refinery in
, one for
from a refining company in
, another for
from a power company in the U.S., and an additional order totaling approximately
from the food industry in the U.S.
, CECO's Chief Executive Officer, commented, "These new orders are continued proof of the success of our global growth initiative. In addition, we are pleased with our gross margin enhancement as we focus on our goal of becoming the premier air pollution control leader."
ABOUT CECO ENVIRONMENTAL
CECO Environmental Corp. is a premier global provider of air pollution control equipment. Through its subsidiaries – Busch International, CECO Filters, CECO Abatement Systems, kbd/Technic, Kirk & Blum, Effox-Flextor, Fisher-Klosterman, Buell APC, Buell FCC, and A.V.C. Specialists – CECO provides a wide spectrum of air quality services and products including: industrial air filters, environmental maintenance monitoring and management services, and air quality improvement systems. CECO is a full-service provider to the steel, refining, petrochemical, military, aluminum, automotive, ethanol, aerospace, power, chemical processing, mining, asphalt, glass, foundry, and virtually all industrial process industries.
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