Sweden-based green tribology developer Triboron International AB has announced that it has signed a ten-year pan-European distribution agreement with Netherlands-based two-stroke specialist Future2Green BV. The agreement includes the right to market and sell Triboron’s fuel-saving and carbon dioxide (CO2) reducing two-stroke formula and is estimated to be worth SEK 50-100 million (≈ EUR 5.1 -10.2 million).
According to a statement, the Pan-European distribution agreement covers Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg, Austria and Switzerland. Future2Green will supply Triboron’s proprietary Two-Stroke Formula to retailers as well as to professional users and consumers.
By selling Triboron’s products we offer two-stroke users the possibility to reduce their environmental footprint and meet more stringent emission demands on these engines without compromising on the performance, said Chris Snijder, CEO of Future2Green.
Triboron’s Two-Stroke Formula, which replaces the oil in two-stroke engines, interacts with the metal surfaces and forms a tribofilm layer that minimises friction, optimises power and protects mechanical parts from wear.
According to the company, in addition to sustainable fuel savings and carbon dioxide (CO2) reductions of at least 10 percent, using Triboron also reduces harmful emissions of carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrocarbons (HC) with 25 percent
Partnering up with Future2Green is an excellent platform for making the unique qualities of our Two-Stroke Formula available for users of two-stroke vehicles and machines across Europe. This market is still strong and will remain so in the foreseeable future, especially on the professional side. This agreement is another result of our meticulous research and systematic verification of the Triboron technology, said Pär Krossling, COO Commercial Operations at Triboron.
The agreement with Future2Green follows the earlier announcement of Triboron’s co-operation with the European biofuel distributor/producer Future Fuels, who will import Triboron technology, integrate it into their range of biofuels and market the products to their growing international customer base.
The agreement also gives Triboron International the rights to import and distribute Future Fuels products in Sweden and Norway.