Algae-X Standard Equipment on All New Nordic Tugs

Thursday, March 08, 2001
Algae-X International has announced its agreement with Nordic Tugs, to integrate the Algae-X Fuel Decontamination Technology into the fuel systems of the company's diesel-powered vessels.

Mr. Shelton is incorporating Algae-X technology with traditional filtration to fulfill his goal of providing owners of Nordic Tugs with maximum reliability systems. Algae-X provides Optimal Fuel Quality and Peak Engine Performance and prevents fuel filter clogging and engine failure. Algae-X has also been made available to current owners of Nordic Tugs through meetings at their annual rendevous which was held this year at Sanibel Island, Fla., and at the West Marine-sponsored TrawlerFest in Melbourne, Fla.Circle 7GE Marine Engines Appoints Matson to General Manager Post GE Marine Engines has appointed Karl W. Matson as General Manager, responsible for overall business leadership of GE's complete line of LM aeroderivative marine gas turbines and precision gears used in military and commercial marine applications.

He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering, and an Officers Commission from Syracuse University in 1979. He currently resides in the Cincinnati, Ohio area with his wife and three children.

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