It is often said that the simplest ideas are the best and FuelActive® definitely fits this criteria. The FuelActive® concept was initially born in 1998 by Mike James and developed in conjunction with local Universities in Wales and funding from the Welsh Assembly Government.
Industry figures show that approx 85% of breakdowns in the UK Construction Industry are related to fuel contamination. Mike James who has 30 years experience in Equipment Repair and Maintenance decided to take a closer look at the problem.
Further active market engagement and thorough proof of concept testing together with burgeoning sales and significant interest in its fuel saving, emissions reduction and engine health benefits Adjuvo investments syndicate invested in FuelActive®. This investment has allowed FuelActive® to greatly expand their operations both in the U.K. and abroad.
FuelActive® is committed to offering the highest technology, the “best” service and the “best” value. This is our corporate quality policy. We believe the FuelActive® fuel pick-up unit is a comprehensive solution to the global problem of fuel contamination. It is our goal for FuelActive® to become the industry standard method of delivering fuel from fuel tanks.
Cleantech Firm FuelActive Primed for Growth After Securing Investments, Technology Grant Funding and Leadership Changes
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