Ecoemissions Solutions Inc. (ECMZ) sails higher on new partnership

Posted on: Monday, May 9th, 2011
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Ecoemissions Solutions Inc. (Pink Sheets: ECMZ) rocketed 75.3% higher in price mid-morning Monday to 29.8 cents, on news of a partnership in the offing. Volume for the stock was 1.1 million shares.

The Tempe, Arizona-based Ecoemissions announced Monday that its distribution, installation and servicing rights for its Catalyst Injection System™ (CIS) Systems for the Pacific Northwest has been awarded to Seattle-based Hatton Marine Engine and Generator Systems Inc.

Hatton Marine is the certified servicing agent for Caterpillar, General Electric, John Deere, Cummins, EMD, Onan, Detroit Diesel, Scania, Volvo, Mitsubishi, Yanmar and Lugger marine engines as well as power trains and generators. Hatton has installed over 37 units of Ecoemissions’ CIS™ systems to date, with pending orders waiting to be scheduled.

According to General Sales Manager, Roger Hatton, “We are only beginning to scratch the surface! More and more clients are discovering the benefit of the Eco CIS System.” According to the Northwest Marine Trade Association, there are over 270,000 registered vessels in the State of Washington and over 15,000 pleasure and commercial craft in the Pacific Northwest in excess of 40 feet that operate diesel engines that could benefit from the use of the Eco Emissions CIS System.

EcoEmissions Solutions, Inc. boasts a proven patented emissions-reducing CIS system, which it says offers a global solution for diesel engines used in heavy industry and large marine applications around the world.

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