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April 24th, 2008
Cummins Filtration, the leader in filtration, exhaust, coolant and chemical technology for all engine-powered systems, announced that it has entered into a cooperation Agreement with Elmarco s.r.o, a Czech nanotechnology designer.
The strategic objective of the Agreement is to develop innovative solutions in nanofiber media technologies to allow Cummins Filtration to better serve global application needs in motor vehicle and related filtration systems.
Pamela Carter, President of Cummins Filtration, stated, "We are very excited and pleased to launch this cooperation with Elmarco because it allows us to bring innovative products more quickly to market.
This Agreement ensures that Cummins Filtration is well-positioned to exceed our customers' requirements and establish a global leadership position in motor vehicle filtration."
Ladislav Mares, Elmarco's CEO, added, "We are delighted to be able to combine our advanced Nanospider technology and know-how with Cummins Filtration's expertise and market leadership."
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