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I-Tech signs U.S. leisure boat collaboration agreement

[image][image]   I-Tech AB (publ) (ticker: ITECH) has signed a long-term collaboration agreement with Pettit Marine Paint, a supplier of high-performance antifouling paints to the leisure boat markets in North, Central, and South America. Through the collaboration, both parties will work together to develop a new product line of antifouling paints for leisure boats that…

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I-Tech AB (publ) (ticker: ITECH) publish the interim report for the third quarter 2020

23-10-2020

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Selektope ® to protect new Mercy Ships hospital ship

Gothenburg, October 6, 2020: I-Tech AB’s barnacle repelling biotechnology for marine coatings, Selektope® has been selected to protect the hull of Global Mercy, the newest hospital ship being built for Mercy Ships, from barnacle fouling while docked for long periods of time at ports located in biofouling red zones off the coast of sub-Saharan Africa.

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Deliveries according to previously communicated order delayed due to COVID-19

Deliveries for the MSEK 57 order to Chugoku Marine Paints communicated by I-Tech in August last year, has been partly delayed due to the current pandemic. The delay will negatively impact I-Tech’s sales for 2020 by approximately MSEK 12.  

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Don’t let barnacle #fouling drag your vessel performance down this year – our technology #Selektope is an #antifouling active agent that, when added to #marine paint, protects ship hulls from #barnacles – even under static conditions. https://selektope.com/products-available/

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.@GloFouling has published the proceedings of the 1st GloFouling R&D Forum and Exhibition on Biofouling Management held in October 2020. Interesting insights into new biofouling research. Download the full version here: http://bit.ly/393hftT

Scientists at @CoastalECU in North Carolina have set out a buoy to collect #barnacles + other organisms that foul underwater surfaces. They aim to learn more about how to prevent #biofouling on ships, #marine equipment, ocean research devices + more. http://yhoo.it/3baUVRB

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