DFI and Cristacurva sign expansion agreement for U.S. market

Date: 11 May 2011
Source: Diamon-Fusion International, Inc.
Officials of Diamon-Fusion International, Inc., Irvine, Calif., announced May 5 that the company had signed a new agreement with its strategic partner Cristacurva to further expand Cristacurva's North American distribution through its new production facility in Houston, Texas.

The new agreement provides Guadalajara-based Cristacurva an additional distribution channel of DFI products into the U.S. market, previously limited to the Mexican territory, along with an added capability to offer all of DFI's aftermarket products, including DFI's new D-I-Y (Do-It-Yourself) Clear-Fusion V Kits, among other new eco-friendly DFI products, according to a May 5 release.

"This expansion into the U.S. market is key for our North American business growth, so extending our DFI product distribution certainly enhances our glass products that will be distributed through Houston," said Cristacurva CEO Francisco J. Sanchez, in the release. "We've been applying the premium Diamon-Fusion nanocoating in Mexico for over 5 years as we know it's the world's best protective coating in the market."

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