ST. LOUIS, October 1, 2012 – International Fuel Technology, Inc. (IFT) (OTCBB: IFUE) announced that its participation in the InnoTrans Rail Fair in Berlin, Germany, the world’s largest rail show, proved successful in capturing additional rail opportunities.
Distribution partner Unipart Rail (www.unipart.co.uk) and IFT’s pending distribution partner for Africa, along with IFT, combined to have joint booths and a strong presence at the show. Our partners were instrumental in introducing and promoting IFT to many of their respective rail contacts and clients who were also attending the conference.
Innotrans 2012 in Berlin was an opportunity for IFT and its distribution partners to meet again with, or get introduced to, the most significant rail industry players:
“Rail has again become a leading mode of transportation for the present and the future. The growing level of knowledge and interest in our superior performing fuel additive technologies from rail operators is evident,” said Axel Farhi, IFT’s Director of Global Business Development. “The InnoTrans Rail Conference provided us with the opportunity to finalize numerous field validation projects and secure commitments to run field validation processes from additional new rail operators. The continued efforts and support from our distribution partners has been, is and will always be critical to our success in identifying and seizing such commercial opportunities.”
IFT believes it has the top performing fuel additive formulation for improving fuel economy in the marketplace. IFT has extensive test, field trial and end user data in the rail industry to confirm that use of DiesoLiFT™ 10, IFT’s proprietary fuel additive formulation for use with diesel fuel and bio-diesel fuel blends, will improve fuel economy, on average, by 5%.
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