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Home > Press > SwissINSO Announces the Signing of a Sales Contract and Distribution Agreement for its Krystall Water Purification System -- the First in Malaysia

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SwissINSO Holding Inc. (OTCBB.SWHN), a leader in the development and application of solar-powered energy solutions, today announced the signing of its first sales contract and distribution agreement in Malaysia for its Krystall (tm) water purification units.

SwissINSO Announces the Signing of a Sales Contract and Distribution Agreement for its Krystall Water Purification System -- the First in Malaysia

Lausanne, Switzerland | Posted on January 14th, 2011

Access to pure drinking water is a serious problem in parts of Malaysia. Despite abundant rainfall, water pollution has increased significantly because of the massive industrial development of recent years, as well as growing urbanization.

"Krystall units are particularly well-suited to providing drinkable water in countries like Malaysia, where water-related health diseases are significant", said SwissINSO VP Paul de Belay. "These solar-powered units are fully independent of any outside energy source and provide a solution that was previously unavailable", he added.

The two standard containers that comprise the reverse osmosis purification system are easily transportable to the small towns and rural areas that need them most. Daily production capability of 100,000 liters is considerable and sufficient to supply their needs.

This agreement represents an important first step for SwissINSO's expansion strategy into Southeast Asia. Working in conjunction with a local distributor, the Krystall unit is expected to be fully-functional by end-May/early-June, and will serve as a showcase for neighboring countries.

"Safe Harbor" Statement: A number of statements contained in this press release are forward-looking, made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements involve a number of risks and uncertainties, including our ability to raise capital when needed and on acceptable terms and conditions, the intensity of competition, and general economic factors. The actual results SwissINSO Holding Inc. may achieve could differ materially from any forward-looking statements due to such risks and uncertainties. SwissINSO Holding Inc. encourages the public to read the information provided here in conjunction with its most recent filings, which can be viewed at: www.sec.gov.

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About SwissINSO
SwissINSO utilizes its proprietary intellectual property assets to provide environmentally friendly, innovative 100% solar-energy solutions and related technologies to meet growing global needs. The companys goal is to become a world leader in turn-key solutions using renewable energy for the purification and desalination of water and the cooling and heating of buildings.

SwissINSO has two core businesses:

KRYSTALL (tm) is the worlds first high-volume, 100% solar-powered turnkey water purification system housed within two standard 40-ft (12,2m) containers. Its patented reverse-osmosis technology can purify up to 100,000 liters per day of brackish/contaminated water or 50,000 liters of seawater into pure drinking water. Operating and maintenance costs are a fraction of conventional units.

Krystall is perfectly suited for servicing remote towns and villages, humanitarian and relief situations, hotels, islands and turnkey camps.

A video description of the Krystall water purification system can be found at www.SwissINSO.com.

KLYMAA (tm) uses nano-composite solar coating technology to heat and cool buildings via solar-collector glass faade panels in a wide variety of colors and treatments.

For more information, please click here

Contacts:
Press Contact:
Morris Zand

+41 (79) 785.43.56

SwissINSO Contact:
Irma Velazquez

+41 (21) 693.86.40

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