Latin American Press Reports on Crystal Lagoons’ expansion plans for Mexico26 July, 2017 / News
Multinational water-innovation company Crystal Lagoons has recently launched new business model of global reach soon to land on Mexico.
Public Access Lagoons (PAL) is Crystal Lagoons’ brand new concept that will bring access to the world’s top amenity to general public, getting revenue from ticket sales. The company already boasts over 25 PAL projects – in different negotiation and development stages – in countries such as the U.S., Thailand, Australia, Argentina and Chile.
Crystal Lagoons is in talks for projects at water parks, stadiums, racecourses, and theme parks, to mention a few, either in Mexico City, as well as Morelos and Riviera Maya regions.
The company’s Regional Director for Mexico, Jean Pierre Juanchich, forecasts that PAL lagoons will soon be on par in terms of numbers with the 600 crystal-clear lagoons the company already boasts across 60 countries worldwide.
Crystal Lagoons’ very first PAL project will be in the U.S., at Miami’s iconic theme park Jungle Island, as part of a renovation process already underway.
Crystal Lagoons is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size crystal clear lagoons at very low costs.