DFI Nanotechnology signs license extension with Grupo Navas

Despite deep economic recession in Spain, Grupo Navas has renewd its Diamon-Fusion license. Grupo Navas is formed of the following companies: Cristalerías Trinidad SA, Barnaglass SA, Reuglass SA, Realglass SA, Vidrios Navas SL, Vidrios Gloria SL and Centerglass SL.

Diamon-Fusion International, Inc. (DFI Nanotechnology), global developer and exclusive licensor of patented hydrophobic nanotechnologies, has announced the signing of a significant license extension with one of its European strategic partners, Grupo Navas, a glass group based near Barcelona, Spain.
Grupo Navas, a 33-year old privately owned industrial group, is an UNE EN ISO 9002 and APPLUS+ certified company and has distribution centres throughout the region of Cataluña, Spain. Grupo Navas’ range of glass products includes laminated glass, tempered glass under its trademark TRINIT® and insulating glass (Aislaglas). Grupo Navas is formed of the following companies: Cristalerías Trinidad SA, Barnaglass SA, Reuglass SA, Realglass SA, Vidrios Navas SL, Vidrios Gloria SL and Centerglass SL.
Albert Palau, Managing Director of Grupo Navas, stated, after signing the extension: “The decision to continue with DFI was fairly simple. Beyond the economic climate we have now in Spain, and throughout Europe, we can’t change our core values: we strongly believe in added-value in all our products thus offering always the very best to our valued customers. When it comes to glass protection, no other coating product truly comes close to DFI in both quality and application efficiency. We equally value our partnership with DFI over the years as a highly competent and trustworthy partner.”
Guillermo Seta, Corporate Vice President and Executive Director of DFI, added: “The partnership with Grupo Navas has been very valuable and mutually rewarding; we are very grateful for their continued loyalty and commitment to quality. They are a great partner to work with and the future continues to be very bright for both companies.”