Key Developments: Omnitek Engineering Corp (OMTK.PK)

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Omnitek Engineering receives order from privately owned raisin processor for Biogas Powered Generator
Wednesday, 2 Jul 2014 08:30am EDT 

Omnitek Engineering Corp:Receives an order for a 250 kilowatt diesel-to-biogas converted power generator from National Raisin Co, Inc.Terms were not disclosed.  Full Article

Omnitek Engineering receives natural gas system order for buses in Mexico
Tuesday, 25 Mar 2014 08:00am EDT 

Omnitek Engineering Corp:Receives follow-on order for company's proprietary natural gas engine management technology and components for system designed to operate new 6.6 liter engines manufactured by Arizona-based U.R.E.Representing aggregate 40 units to date that will power buses in QuerĂ©taro, Mexico manufactured by Master Road, based in Puebla, Mexico.Company expects to receive additional orders for natural gas systems as bus production ramps up.Additional terms were not disclosed.  Full Article

OmniTek Engineering Corp Promotes Controller To Chief Financial Officer
Wednesday, 21 Aug 2013 08:00am EDT 

Omnitek Engineering Corporation announced that the promotion of Alicia Rolfe to Chief Financial Officer from Controller, succeeding Janice Quigley who elected to retire from her position.  Full Article

OmniTek Engineering Corp Selected For Port Of Seattle Pilot Project Utilizing Diesel-To-Natural Gas Conversion Technology
Thursday, 11 Jul 2013 07:30am EDT 

OmniTek Engineering Corp announced that it has been selected by the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency for a pilot project to demonstrate its diesel-to-natural gas engine conversion technology for drayage trucks serving the Port of Seattle, Washington, in support of the Port's Clean Truck Program. The project has a goal of meeting 2007 EPA emission standards for particulate emissions by 2017 for all drayage trucks serving the Port's marine container terminals, estimated at more than 2,000 vehicles.  Full Article

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