JP Marzan Unveils New Disinfection System

JP Marzan Unveils New Disinfection System


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JP Marzan Project Ventures Inc., one of the leading logistics providers in the Philippines, recently launched a new disinfection system in a bid to help organizations in the country ensure the cleanliness of their offices and other facilities without worrying about chemicals that could harm not just their health but also the environment.

The cutting-edge disinfection system utilizes Marella Water, an electrolyzed hypochlorous acid, which is composed of pure salt and water. This solution is applied using two primary devices, such as the Micro-Mist System and the Nano-Mist System.

The Micro-Mist System is a humidifier that spread 4.7 liters of Marella water per hour, covering around 150 square meters. The Nano-Mist System, on the other hand, is a backpack spraying device with a nano mist nozzle to focus on specific spots.

Yusuke Kondo, a supervisor at JP Marzan Project Ventures, Inc., said the Marella water solution is more effective compared to ordinary disinfectants.

“Most disinfectants used here in the Philippines mostly contain Sodium Hypochlorite and other chemicals that could endanger their health. So, we researched how to make disinfectants safer for people to use, which became Marella Water,” Yusuke said.

For JP Marzan, the right measurement of the disinfectant’s effectiveness is how safe the people will be during the after the cleansing. Marella water assures a 99.99% disinfection capability from COVID-19 and other viruses that could not be disinfected by alcohol like the norovirus, bacteria, and microbes. It is safe for humans and animals that the livestock industry can use it.

Last September 7, JP Marzan launched its new service in Fukudaya Restaurant, located in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, where they demonstrated the actual application of the Marella Disinfection System.

All the equipment and ingredients that JP Marzan uses for the disinfection service are imported from Japan, while well-trained staff will handle its actual application. The service is now available in Metro Manila, Cavite, Laguna, and Batangas but customers from other provinces can still contact JP Marzan for inquiries.

“We believe that we all need to work together to thrive and achieve success in the long run. Our new disinfection service shows our mission to deliver success to our clients through trustworthy partnerships and services, especially during these dire times when ensuring employees’ safety who are the backbone of every business will determine success,” said Jay Marzan, chairman of JP Marzan Project Ventures, Inc.

The company started in 1972 as RV Marzan Brokerage and used to handle customs brokerage and deliveries around Luzon. Since then, it has created the separate logistics company we know today and has established itself as a reputable logistics company consistent with the best business practices.

It has also expanded its services and catered to the ever-changing needs of companies across the country. Aside from the new Marella Disinfection System, JP Marzan Project Ventures, Inc. is also known for its other services, including heavy-lift support, trucking, forwarding, logistics, domestic distribution, warehousing, rigging works, plant transfer, factory machine installation, powerplant assembly, project consultation, equipment rental, civil engineering, and trading of industrial equipment and services.

To know more about JP Marzan Ventures, Inc., visit its website at

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