DFI Increases Its Footprint in LatAm through Expansion into Caribbean Markets

Date: 3 October 2013
Source: Diamon-Fusion International
Diamon-Fusion International, Inc. (DFI Nanotechnology), global developer and exclusive licensor of patented hydrophobic nanotechnologies, announced today the signing of a new distribution agreement with Skyline Technology Limited, a reputable and well-established supplier in the Hospitality Industry based in Port Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.    This new distribution channel expands DFI's network of partners into the Caribbean markets, with coverage over the entire West Indies territory, namely Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, Bahamas, Cayman Islands, Saint Maarten, Barbados, The Dominican Republic, Saint Lucia and Turks and Caicos.

Skyline Technology Limited will distribute DFI award-winning hydrophobic coating products to restore, protect and maintain silica-based surfaces, including glass, granite, tile, porcelain, and others.

Skyline Technology Limited, an offspring of Trinidad Marketing & Distributing Company established in 1983, has a background of thirty years of experience in the distribution trade in industrial cleaning and maintenance products, chemicals, pharmaceuticals,  healthcare produ cts and  professional media tapes.  STL has also a network of partners in the construction and real estate industries but its  activities are spread over a wide cross section of the market, fast food outlets such as KFC and  Subway, medical institutions and Government hospitals, hotels, cleaning contractors and the communications media. Such diversity of market segments has provided STL increased stability over the years. Some of STL's customers include The Hilton Hotel,  cleaning & maintenance contractors to The Royal Bank of Canada, British Gas as well as (upcoming) The Hyatt Regency Hotel, and The Magdalena Grand Hotel of Tobago, among others.

Marc Leung, Managing  Director of Skyline Technology Limited, stated: "DFI's coating products  provide not only significant maintenance cost savings but their eco-friendly and  easy-to-clean features align very well with our environment and diverse industries. DFI offers a wide range of high quality restoration, and surface-protection products like no other supplier. Their proven global network of partners and their understanding  of our local market needs made our decision that much easier",  Mr. Leung added.

Guillermo Seta, Corporate Vice President and Executive Director of DFI, added: "This new agreement with Skyline Technology represents  another important step toward our expansion in Latin America and into new emerging markets and industries, which adds diversity within our customer base. It is always refreshing to see new companies coming on board to supply innovative and high-performance products." 

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