Solids Matter - Fall 2020

Adapting to a changing world

Over the summer, Solex, like every other business, has continued to adapt in how we work given the constraints imposed by COVID-19. Our upmost concern is for the health and safety of our customers, suppliers and employees. As such, we have implemented work practices in both our office and fabrication shop to ensure we all remain protected.

One of the biggest adjustments we have made is in how we interact with our customers when developing heating, cooling and drying solutions that fit their processes. Yes, the conferencing tools we have available to us are good, but there is nothing like face-to-face meetings to just “talk things through.” On the other hand, this has created an opportunity for us to learn some new skills. To that end, we have been busy building our digital profile, developing better and more efficient virtual communication capabilities to ensure we can seamlessly connect with our customers today and tomorrow.

In this edition of Solids Matter, we highlight a number of different applications we are working on, where simple and robust technology is making a difference in industries that are vital to the global economy. In addition to our day-to-day work, we are also busy on a number of other fronts, with our partner, Chemequip, building a fabrication shop in Anhui, China, and the launch of Solex Energy Science, a new company focused on applying our proven technology to thermal energy storage, recovery and re-use.

Please enjoy this edition of Solids Matter. And, as always, please reach out to us with any questions of comments you may have.

Lowy Gunnewiek, Chief Executive Officer

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