DFI Nanotechnology Expands To Eastern Europe With Licensing In Poland

Date: 27 October 2004
Source: DFI
Diamon-Fusion International, Inc. (DFI), global developer and exclusive supplier of the Diamon-Fusion® patented nanotechnology, reached a license agreement with GLASSPRO POLSKA to distribute DFI’s nanocoating in POLAND.

The agreement provides GLASSPRO POLSKA the ability to distribute DFI’s nanotechnology in various glass markets throughout Poland.

DFI’s nanocoating supplies a full range of enhanced hydrophobic properties to the treated glass surface along with an anti-microbial property by inhibiting or decreasing the growth of mold and bacteria on the treated surface, creating a healthier environment to live in.

Piotr Chrzaniecki, Managing Director of GLASSPRO POLSKA, reported: “I am thrilled about the multiple business opportunities that the DFI hydrophobic nanocoating will provide in Poland; the safety added-value on bad weather driving conditions (for automotive glass applications) along with its low-maintenance properties are all tangible features for end-consumers to appreciate and value."

“The expansion in Eastern Europe is in line with DFI’s approach on EU emerging markets, by diversifying revenue streams, which, in addition, will solidify our positioning (in the EU market) on long term basis”, stated Guillermo Seta, DFI’s Vice President and Executive Director of DFI Global Operations.

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