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Vehicle Fire Suppression System

Description: Major Detroit auto manufacturer of police vehicles (Ford Motor Co.) is facing numerous lawsuits as a result of police cruisers bursting into flames when hit in rear. Ford denies liability, but has been busy developing an onboard fire suppression system. Details may be found at
Unfortunately, Ford has been unable to deliver any vehicles equipped with a fire suppression system. We have developed a fire suppression system which, unlike Ford's, can be transferred to another vehicle. See Commercial and Industrial Fire Suppression products for details.
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At this point, we have an arrangement for the hardware and a ready and willing customer, who converts new police cars as they leave the factory. We already have made some inroads with local vehicle convertors, all of whom are eager to exploit this market. About $350,000.00 funding is required to do some vehicle 'crashing' and the bulk of the funding is for marketing. There are over 450,000 Ford police cars on the road. Ford expects to continue producing the current model car for the next 3 model years: 270,000 police cars.
Author: befytos from United States 
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Country of business: whole world Published on: 14 June 2005
Region of business: any Posting ID: 1478
Business Sector: automotive Image: Not available
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