Banner Image

Nanostone Water Expands Capabilities in MENA Region-Hussein Moustafa has been named Application Engineering Director of MENA

August 22, 2022

Nanostone Water Inc. is pleased to announce an expansion of its organization in the MENA region in order to better serve clients in the desalination, industrial water, and wastewater reuse markets.

Nanostone Water Inc. announced that Hussein Moustafa has been named Application Engineering Director of MENA.

Hussein graduated from Cairo university as a mechanical engineer and started his career as a maintenance engineer, then moved to design, fabrication, Tendering, project management, and bid management.

Hussein has vast experience designing and fabricating all water treatment equipment, including MMF/UF/RO/EDI/EDR, etc. Most recently, Hussein served as bid manager in Suez water technologies & solutions in Dubai and Egypt and managed large tenders for different applications related to water/wastewater treatment and desalination plants.

“We are very pleased that Hussein joined our Nanostone Water MENA team. Hussein has more than 25 years of experience in the water space and is very well respected. His technical knowledge of water treatment equipment and technologies and deep knowledge about the MENA market will help us grow our business,” said Ali Ben Haj Hamida, CEO of the MENA region.

“I am very happy to join Nanostone to support Nanostone’s growth within the region,” said Hussein.

About Nanostone Water

Nanostone Water’s advanced ceramic-based filtration solutions physically remove suspended solids and pathogens from even the most challenging waters with reliable, robust, and cost-effective processes while significantly reducing land and environmental footprints. The company operates an automated state-of-the-art module manufacturing plant in Germany and serves global desalination, municipal water treatment, and industrial water treatment markets from commercial offices in Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and the U.S.

For additional information contact:

<{{"?"}}xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"{{"?"}}>