Northern, WI 5/15/12 (StreetBeat) – In recent news, Great Wall Builders, Ltd. (OTCBB: GWBU) announced that it will be conducting all business operations under the name Start Technologies Europe I.G., a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company.
As previously announced, Great Wall recently acquired all the assets of dPollution International, Inc. which owned the intellectual property, manufacturing rights, and marketing rights to the Start Fuel Efficiency and Emission Device (FEED) unit, an aftermarket device that improves the combustibility of gasoline or diesel fuels in internal combustion engines. The patent pending fuel-conditioning technology has been shown to reduce polluting emissions and increase engine efficiency/mileage. The Start FEED technology has reached the commercialization stage and the Company continues to test and demonstrate the device with potential clients around the world.
"We are very excited to have completed our corporate transformation and operating under the new Start Technologies Corp. banner will better reflect the direction that we are taking as a technology development company," stated Mr. Daniele Brazzi, President and CEO of Great Wall. "In the coming months, as we move forward with our business plan to commercialize the Start FEED technology, we also intend to intensify our marketing and public relations efforts to raise awareness of our company and patent pending technology within the global investment community. The entire team is eager to move forward with our growth strategy and intends to build the company for the long-term benefit of all our shareholders."
The stock is currently trading at $1.36, up $0.27 or 24.77%.
Great Wall Builders, Ltd.
Great Wall Builders, Ltd. (operating as "Start Technologies Europe I.G.") owns the exclusive manufacturing and distribution rights to the Start Fuel Efficiency and Emission Device (FEED), an aftermarket device for internal combustion engines that enhances performance by causing fuel to combust more efficiently and completely. The technology uses a high-voltage electric current to break long-chain hydrocarbon molecules into shorter, lighter more volatile molecules. The patent-pending device produces a number of important benefits, including; lower emissions; reduced fuel consumption; and improved engine performance. The technology can be applied to a variety of different types of engines, both diesel and gasoline powered, heavy equipment as well as consumer vehicles. For more information, visit www.StartTechnologiesCorp.com.
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