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Italian Glass Company Curved Signs 5 Year License Renewal On DFI Nano-Coating

Diamon-Fusion International, Inc. (DFI Nanotechnology), global developer and exclusive licensor of the Diamon-Fusion® patented hydrophobic nanotechnology, signed a 5-year license renewal with Italian glass manufacturer CURVET (Curvet Holding Group), one of the world’s leaders in the fabrication of specialty curved glass in the architectural field, including a wide range of market segments such as home furnishings, urban design, refrigerated display cases, freezer doors, lighting and the marine industry.

Curvet, a 30-year Italian privately-held Holding Group, is the only company in Europe that is able to produce bent glass of every type with unique and innovative solutions for every sector. The differentiation in equipment and the resulting flexibility are the key factors of Curvet's success, the only company to carry out the whole processing of flat glass into any kind of curved finished product. Curvet is also a manufacturer of tempered, laminated and security glass and has distribution and sales offices throughout Europe and the US (under Curvet USA).

Roberto Bartolucci, Managing Director of CURVET Holding Group, reported: “We are pleased to renew our Diamon-Fusion® license for another 5 years; it’s been a very good addition to our line of glass products since it clearly adds value plus our customers have been extremely satisfied with all its benefits and actual results. We still find DFI’s nano-coating to be the very best in the market place today from an overall value standpoint, there’s truly no comparison.”

Guillermo Seta, Executive Director of DFI Global Operations, stated: "The renewal of Curvet’s license is a solid testimony to an excellent partnership and the great results we’ve accomplished in working together. Curvet provides not only an outstanding business reference for us but, most importantly, a very savvy partner to work with.”




May 4th, 2007
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