Lintec Launches Online Fuel Analysis Service

Friday, November 12, 1999
International marine fuels testing and analysis company Lintec has launched Marline, an Internet-based fuel analysis service that will provide clients with tailor-made current and historical fuel analysis data - dramatically increasing the waiting time for results. Marlin, which is the most advanced Internet-based testing service currently available, was developed over the course of one year. A basic demonstration of the service can be viewed at www.lintec-group.com/maclinets.htm, using "mch" as the client code, user name and password.
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