U.S. Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester recently visited Batta Environmental Associates, Inc. (BATTA) to present an export honor.
Blunt Rochester presented Newark-based Batta with the U.S. Department of Commerce – International Trade Administration’s Export Achievement Certificate. The Export Achievement Certificate was created to recognize small and medium-sized enterprises that have successfully entered a new international marketplace. Working with U.S. Commercial Service offices in Philadelphia, Dubai, and various embassy posts, Batta launched a joint venture in UAE to provide water and environmental solutions and recently established similar partnerships in India and Mexico.
“Thank you, Congresswoman Blunt Rochester, we are very honored to receive this award,” said Neeraj Batta. “We thank the Department of Commerce, which has equipped Batta to be competitive in the global marketplace. The U.S. Commercial Service continues to be an invaluable partner in our export growth initiatives. Their global teams of Commercial Officers and Trade Specialists are always eager to answer the call for insight and counseling as we look to minimize risk and maximize returns in the international marketplace.”
“Batta Environmental is a perfect example of small companies nationwide striving to find solutions to compete successfully in global markets. To achieve national priorities to grow exports and increase jobs, we need more Delaware companies like Batta Environmental to tap the export resources available to gain access to overseas markets,” said Tony Ceballos, director, U.S. Commercial Service.
Batta’s capabilities are at the intersection of Water, Environment, and Energy. Their team of experts are exploring global projects and offer environmental solutions in markets in North America, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East and India.