Diamon-Fusion International Agrees with Cricursa

Diamon-Fusion International, Inc., supplier and exclusive licensor of the Diamon-Fusion® patented technology, signed a 5-year license agreement with Cricursa- Cristales Curvados SA, one of the world’s most reputable manufacturers of curved and hi-tech laminated glass.

Cricursa, founded and based in Barcelona, Spain, in 1928, has excelled in curved glass and specialty laminated glass applications around the world.Cricursa’s range of products include: laminated, tempered and insulating bent glass, transparent solar control glass, bullet-proof glass with polycarbonate, screen printed glass, cast glass, and special laminated glasses containing other materials such as PET, wood, metal, etc.

Ferran Figuerola Servitje, marketing director of Cricursa, said, “We are certain that DFI’s innovative technology will help us enhance our glass further; we are excited about this new application as a surface protection, in addition to all other benefits that brings to our complete line of products”.

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Date: 13 November 2002
Source: Glass Digest Magazine

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