Fuel Dynamics to Expand Operations in Latin America

Tuesday, July 27, 1999
Fuel Dynamics LLC plans to expand its operations significantly in Latin America. The company holds exclusive distribution rights in North and South America to Fuel Mag, NSA, a highly effective diesel fuel decontamination unit. The company expanded its presence recently with the help of J.P. Electronics, a Miami firm with strong links to the region. Diesel fuel contamination, a major problem for boat owners in the U.S., is even more widespread in Latin American countries, and affects every sort of diesel power system, including emergency backup generators and primary power systems.
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