FuelSaver-MPG, Announces New Australian Partner

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Friday, May 31, 2013

FuelSaver-MPG, Inc. announced that its supplemental hydrogen fuel systems will soon be available in Queensland, Australia. The first focus of the company in Queensland will be to outfit the fishing fleet operating on Australia’s east coast. However, it also has its eye on the trucking and transportation business in the same area.

FuelSaver-MPG, Inc. is a producer of fuel saving systems, acting as both supplier and wholesaler. The company, established in 2006, has since developed supplemental hydrogen technology for all kinds of engines which burn any kind of combustible fuel. 

FuelSaver-MPG Inc. develops, manufactures and delivers components and complete supplemental hydrogen systems for its customers in 96 countries.

Mike Kehrli, President of FuelSaver-MPG Inc., explained, “Business owners need effective solutions to lower fuel and maintenance costs. Currently, the efficiency of combustion engines is very low. However, to invest in a new infrastructure for alternative energy or fuels is very expensive and will take years. That’s why I am researching and developing supplemental hydrogen technology.”

He continued, “Hydrogen is the simplest, but most effective technology that I am aware of for increasing fuel combustion efficiency. It doesn’t require a new engine or expensive alterations. The price is reasonable against what you will get for it.”

“My business and appointments are based on referrals. That’s how we build relationships with our customers. And my new partner in Australia is good example.” Kehrli said. “We have been working with a fishing boat owner/operator for a year or so. He was getting about 35% improvement on his engine’s fuel consumption. He later talked about his experience with Kevin Baker, an opinion leader in the shipping industry in Australia. After Kevin and his wife Vicky visited with us, he is doing a pilot project in preparation for becoming our representative for all of Australia.”

www.fuelsaver-mpg.com

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