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ForestTech in Portland

Improving Wood Transportation & Logistics ForestTECH  –  Targets critical decision makers from forestry and wood products companies.  It will provide long overdue and practical updates on innovations, strategies, and technologies that are being used by forest products companies to improve planning, logistics, and operations within the wood supply chain. From harvest operations through to market. […]

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Meet Save Oil North West

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release Announcing our new Sales and Servicing Distributor San Pedro, California – September 6, 2013: Clean Engine INC a San Pedro Bay Port Complex company welcomes Save Oil North West,  parent company IWTNA LLC (International Water Treatment Systems North America) as our new Sales and Servicing Distributor serving North America. About […]

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Clean Oil Equals Big Savings

Big Savings with Clean Oil Thanks to Clean Engine Inc (CEI), businesses operating extra-large vehicles, including heavy-duty trucks, forklifts and ships, can put off dealing with annoying and costly oil changes for years. Company founders and engineers, Dr. Paul Kraatz, Alex and Laila Weil designed and developed CEI’s Oil Lubricating Reconditioning System to keep trucks […]

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Logistics Clusters

Featured in “Logistics Clusters” by Yossi Sheffi

Logistics Clusters Delivering Value and Driving Growth By Yossi Sheffi Overview Why is Memphis home to hundreds of motor carrier terminals and distribution centers? Why does the tiny island-nation of Singapore handle a fifth of the world’s maritime containers and half the world’s annual supply of crude oil? Which jobs can replace lost manufacturing jobs […]

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Clean Engine’s Patented Solution

Don’t Go Changin’ Even the best of relationships sometimes have friction and, in most cases, that friction is manageable — unless it takes place inside of a heavy-duty engine.  In that case, any particulate over the size of say, three microns – the distance between a piston and a cylinder wall — can lead to […]

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