Fuel cell producer Blue World Technologies enters partnership to go global

Danish company Blue World Technologies enters a strategic partnership with Germany's Deutz to secure access to a larger, international market.

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Danish developer of fuel cells for transportation Blue World Technologies signs a sales and service agreement with German drivetrain producer Deutz. The deal provides the former with access to a significantly bigger market, as Deutz' network counts more than 800 sales and service providers in 130 countries.

"We are very excited about this partnership with Deutz. It means we will be able to work with one of the world’s leading developers and manufacturers of engines on the joint development and distribution of our fuel cell technology," says Blue World Technologies co-founder and Chief Executive Anders Korsgaard.

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