DFI Reacquires Licensing Rights in the US Auto Market

Date: 16 July 2008
Source: Diamon-Fusion International, Inc.
Company plans to sell licenses to capture the US dealership markets for cars,trucks and RVs. Diamon-Fusion International, Inc. (DFI Nanotechnology- “DFI”), global developer, sole owner, and exclusive licensor of the Diamon-Fusion® patented hydrophobic nano-coating, announced on July 9, 2008 that effective June 21, 2008, the company has reacquired its licensing rights for new and used car and light truck dealerships from its former New York-based licensee (namely, “Diamon-Fusion USA, Inc.”) as such rights, formerly granted for the 48 contiguous United States, irrevocably ended on June 20th 2008.

DFI intends to aggressively market these licensing rights, including the use of DFI’s solely owned Diamon-Fusion® trademark along with any other private label arrangements that the company may see fit for each specific market within the automotive industry.

The company warns that as the trend of using protective coatings becomes more popular, inferior products will begin to enter the market from companies with limited operating histories. “DFI will continue to uphold the highest standards of marketing and product integrity; we are committed to being a reliable source for information in a sea of questionable claims”, promised DFI’s CEO Adam Zax.

For information about trademarks and patents in the US in order to verify any coating supplier’s validity the company recommends to contact the US Patent and Trademark Office (www.uspto.gov) which can be used to verify claims of patents or trademarks’ registrations.

DFI Nanotechnology is a global technology developer and supplier, with patents in over 40 countries, that grants licenses to select companies at both the retail and wholesale level for its patented nanochemistry. DFI’s flagship product Diamon-Fusion® provides multi-functional characteristics that include: water and oil repellency (hydrophobic and oleophobic), impact and scratch resistance, protection against graffiti, dirt and stains, finger print protection, UV stability, additional electrical insulation, protection against calcium and sodium deposits and increased brilliance and lubricity. DFI’s nanocoating works at nanoscale levels to change the molecular composition of any silica-based surface. Diamon-Fusion® provides, in chemical terms, a ‘cross-linked’, ‘branched’ and ‘capped’ optically clear nano-film along with a strong and durable covalent bond.

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