Green oil refining system gets Canadian distribution deal

SHELTON, Conn. — Oil Purification Systems developer of the OPS-1 on-board oil refining system, today announced a distribution agreement with Kuenzlen Professional Services (KPS), headquartered in London, Ont.

Under the agreement, KPS will provide sales, installation and customer support services for the Ontario region.

“The OPS-1 system has certainly caught the interest of Canadian fleet owners as they realize how it quickly and simply reduces oil costs,” said Mitch Weseley, OPS president and CEO. “We are very pleased to welcome KPS as our direct sales and installation partner in this important transportation hub.”

Robert Kuenzlen, KPS president and a 20-year veteran of the trucking and automotive industry, pursued a distribution agreement with OPS because of the combined financial and environmental benefits of the OPS-1 system.

“It is rare to find a green technology that delivers such a phenomenal payback as the OPS-1 system,” said Kuenzlen. “Customer response has been rapid and positive, and we are already working with several companies to install the product.”

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