TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - May 6, 2014) - Enirgi Group ("EGC" or "the Company") today announced that its Industrial Chemicals division has executed an exclusive strategic distribution agreement with Redox Pty Ltd. of Australia to supply sodium bicarbonate in Australia and New Zealand, effective immediately.
EGC, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Enirgi Natural Resources USA Corporation ("ENRUC") produces high quality sodium bicarbonate to the exacting requirements of its customers and distributes its product through Natural Soda Inc., a wholly owned division of Enirgi Group Corporation. Natural Soda operates the largest known naturally occurring bi-carbonate resource in the world.
In 2012, Natural Soda began exporting its pure and natural sodium bicarbonate to Asia, South America, Australia, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Natural Soda is currently exporting high quality product in twenty-three countries across six continents.
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About Enirgi Group Corporation
Enirgi Group is a private global company headquartered in Toronto, Canada that owns and operates an inventory of world class, long-life, cash-positive assets located in the USA, Australia, and Argentina. Our results driven team focuses on providing the critical materials that are required to sustain our modern way of life and support the emerging technologies that improve life. Enirgi Group's target sectors include Energy Innovation, Industrial Chemicals, and Environmental Solutions and currently exports sodium bicarbonate, lead concentrate, lead metal, and lithium carbonate. Additional information on Enirgi Group is available on the Company's website at www.enirgi.com.
Redox is a leading commodity and specialty chemical distributor with 10 regional sales offices throughout Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia. With more than 300 staff and sales in excess of A$405 million last financial year, Redox brings the best products from around the world to clients in over 140 unique industries.