Cavitation Technologies, Inc. (CTI) (OTC Bulletin Board: CVAT; Berlin: WTC) is pleased to announce it has signed Miura Engineering Co., Ltd. Tokyo, Japan ("MEC") (www.miura21.co.jp) as its new agent to serve markets in Japan for CTI's Nano-Cavitation Process Systems. Miura is a leading Engineering Company specialized in Edible Oil Processing Plants in the Far East.
According to Kirk Wiggins, CTI's Director of Sales and Business Development, "We are very pleased to be working with Miura Engineering Co., Ltd. and Mr. Shigeru Miura, President of the company. Mr. Kazushi Miyauchi, General Manager for MEC visited us recently at our headquarters in Chatsworth, California and the discussions were very productive." Mr. Miyauchi has stated, "We agree that our two companies will find many areas where we can work together for our mutual success." Mr. Koichi Takahagi, General Manager, Engineering Department, has also stated "Miura Engineering Co. is very pleased to work with CTI and to offer their technology to our customers in Japan and Korea."
Mr. Wiggins further stated, "The exciting thing about CTI is the diverse applications of our technologies. All of our applications are in industries where there are significant environmental problems and/or a need to reduce costs and improving profitability. We are working on projects and technologies for vegetable oil refining, renewable fuels, petroleum, water desalination, wastewater treatment, food and beverage, chemical industries." Miura Engineering has experience in many of these areas and we expect that we will be very successful working with them.
Roman Gordon, CTI CEO, stated, "We have many companies wanting to represent us but we are very selective. After discussions with Mr. Kazushi Miyauchi we are now very confident in them and that we will do many good things together. We are pleased to have them on our team."BLOG COMMENTS POWERED BY DISQUS
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