What is GLB GmbH?
German Latin Business GmbH is a subsidiary of PFLÜGER International, headquartered in Berlin. They advise and support German and European companies in their commitment to Latin America and the Caribbean.
How do AMECs and GLB work together?
We are working together on a new company pool ZAMBA in Costa Rica with a focus on Central America. The core competences of both companies complement each other excellently. While GLB is available as a contact in Germany and is highly networked, AMECs is implementing the market penetration in LA. Central themes are energy, renewable, water, food and wind - but also legal frameworks and financing models.
TKM TurnKey Management GmbH develops and distributes plants and technical equipment for wastewater treatment (decentralized wastewater treatment, sewage treatment plants) and drinking water treatment. They use proven technologies made in Germany. Innovations and further developments are carried out in an engineering company belonging to the group.
TKM TurnKey Management GmbH offers solutions for sewage disposal, where rinsing toilets are already present or planned. With decentralized sewage treatment plants, there is great flexibility in terms of plant size, performance and location. The technology is scalable from the smallest installations for individual families or individual houses to installations for smaller and larger settlements, cities and municipalities, schools, hospitals, hotels and trade.
TKM TurnKey Management GmbH also offers solutions for process water circuits and industrial sewage treatment as well as biological methods for water treatment (ponds, lakes).
For drinking water treatment, together with our partners, we provide a comprehensive product portfolio from the areas of technical-physical water treatment and processes with special chemistry and bio-based technologies. We ensure a tailor-made solution for individual and branch-specific customer requirements.
TKM TurnKey Management GmbH offers technology transfer and strives to work with companies from the respective region.
AEPVI is our new partner whose services we will offer in Latin America from 2018 onwards. The company from Aachen offers in contrast to competitors an ultra-fast electro-luminescence inspection of large PV systems. So up to 1000 modules can be photographed in one hour. This is evident in a significant price reduction. Where previously modules had to be dismantled in order to test them in the laboratory, today the areas are overflown with drones or run over with booms or sleds, photographed and evaluated. Such inspections cost only 10% compared to other providers. In addition, the usual photography with thermal imaging cameras are replaced by photos that are more like an X-ray. Every small fraction of a cell can be visually recognized. Also defective diodes or incorrectly connected strings.
Who is AHK?