DFI expands North American distribution with agreement in Canada

July 6, 2009
RETAIL, AUTO

Diamon-Fusion International Inc., global developer and exclusive licensor of patented hydrophobic nanotechnologies, signed a license agreement in Canada with King’s Glass Ltd. to further expand its North American distribution, according to a July 2 release. The agreement provides distribution of DFI’s NanoPax product throughout the provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Northern Canadian territories in automotive (car and light trucks) dealerships. This western region of Canada provides a diverse and stable economic outlook for the expansion of DFI’s patented technology with key metropolitan areas in Edmonton and Vancouver.

King’s Glass, a 25-year privately-held Canadian company, specializes in glass replacement for motor vehicles, particularly passenger cars and recreational vehicles, heavy equipment and rail cars. King’s Glass also supplies and installs commercial and residential glass products including replacement glass for windows, doors, new shower enclosures, mirrors, and table tops, with a focus on service and quality.

“We are happy to partner up with DFI to distribute its high quality Diamon-Fusion nano-coating to car dealerships across Western Canada; the improved vision and overall safety feature while driving during adverse weather conditions makes the Diamon-Fusion coating a ‘must add’ for a relatively nominal amount in a new, or even used, car; in my view, no car should be driven without the protection of such a great and necessary product”, said Charles King, president, King’s Glass, in the release.

Guillermo Seta, executive director of DFI Global Operations, said in the release, “This new partnership offers a wide and much needed expansion into Western Canada as we continue to develop the Canadian market as one of DFI’s strategic regions; we are pleased to sign this agreement with King’s Glass that will allow us to further penetrate the transportation market segment in a significant way.”