Florida Detroit-Diesel Allison And Algae-X Sign Distributor Agreement

Wednesday, August 22, 2001
Algae-X has signed a distributor agreement with Florida Detroit Diesel-Allison (FDD-A)-based in Miami, Fla. FDD-A, which is the Detroit Diesel/MTU engine distributor operating eight branches throughout Florida, will be distributing the Algae-X Magnetic Fuel Conditioners and the AFC-705 Fuel Catalyst.

In addition, Tyler Miller, FDDA's Parts Department Coordinator, plans to integrate Algae-X Fuel Conditioners into the fuel systems for engine packages, and to retrofit Algae-X units into existing engine installations for the marine and transportation industries.

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