Quant Signs A Joint Venture Agreement With Themaar Investments To Introduce ‘World Class’ Maintenance In The UAEOctober 29, 2015 9:40 am | by Quant
Quant, the global leader in industrial maintenance recently signed a joint venture agreement with Themaar Investments in Dubai, to establish a professional industrial maintenance business that will essentially help companies wanting to ‘sweat’ their production assets while optimizing cost in a rapidly growing competitive market.
The product, called Paint Shield, was developed by researchers at the company's Cleveland headquarters and verified to eliminate 99.9 percent of Staph, E. coli, MRSA and other bacteria after two hours of exposure on painted surfaces.
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Trump tweeted on Sunday that, because of his constant criticism in the campaign, Ford had decided to cancel plans to build a plant in Mexico.
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