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PurePower Technologies signs joint distribution agreement with Alliant Power.

Auto Business News-June 6, 2017--PurePower Technologies signs joint distribution agreement with Alliant Power

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Auto Business News - 06 June 2017

PurePower Technologies, Incorporated, the company focused on engineering and remanufacturing of diesel fuel injectors and turbochargers for OEMs and the aftermarket, has signed a joint distribution agreement with United States-based Alliant Power.

According to the contract, Alliant Power will distribute PurePower's new and remanufactured diesel fuel injectors. In an exclusive arrangement to service the Association of Diesel Specialists (ADS) market, PurePower will supply their full range of high precision diesel fuel injectors to Alliant Power for distribution throughout their network of authorised independent aftermarket customers. It is fully expected that PurePower will expand this agreement with Alliant Power to also supply its entire range of precision turbos, air management and exhaust gas after-treatment systems in the future.

Jerry Sweetland, president and CEO, PurePower Technologies, said, 'This distribution agreement with Alliant Power, the leading supplier of replacement engine components for diesel powered vehicles and equipment, really opens up another new distribution channel for us.This is a vital step in our strategic plan to continue our aggressive growth and expansion into new markets throughout the country.'

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