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Primix Technology Receives U.S. Patent

  • Friday, 2nd February 2001
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Primix Corporation is pleased to announce that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted patent protection for their revolutionary composite railroad tie. Marc Shea, CEO of Primix Corporation stated, “We are extremely pleased to receive confirmation of the unique technical aspects of our composite railroad tie. The legal protection provided by this patent will enable Primix to pursue our domestic sales strategy with out concern for competitive infringement upon the proprietary nature of our revolutionary product.” Primix estimates that their technology could generate economic returns to industrial users in the form of maintenance cost savings, if adopted for implementation in several large projects. Not only are they positive that this patent issuance will grant the company enormous benefits, but believe its benefits to the overall environment is very substantial as well. Primix also has international patent pending status for their composite railroad tie, and stated that Mitsubishi International Corporation using its 260 offices worldwide are following up diligently on global inquiries. Founded in 1996, Primix Corporation is the developer and manufacturer of a revolutionary composite railroad tie made from recycled material. The Company’s technology, which is sold both domestically and internationally to the railroad industry, has been proven to be 230% stronger and last 300% longer than traditional railroad ties.

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