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Fuel Cell Materials Updates E-Commerce Site

May 2, 2005
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Fuel Cell Materials, a division of NexTech Materials, Ltd., recently announced the updating of its e-commerce website at http://www.fuelcellmaterials.com. The site is the portal through which researchers, developers and integrators can get information on and order the wide range of standard and custom solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) and fuel processing components and materials available from NexTech. The updated site offers many new benefits, including easier navigation, an online-searchable database, online ordering of standard products, forms for requesting custom products, and downloadable MSDS and product data sheets. "Our Fuel Cell Materials division is the leader in customer service and value among component and materials suppliers in the fuel cell industry," said Jon Foreman, sales and marketing manager. "We have designed our site so that customers can see the product specifications and pricing, then proceed immediately to placing orders and requesting custom products. This can result in time savings on the order of days, particularly for our international customers."

For more information, call (614) 842-6606, or visit http://www.fuelcellmaterials.com or http://www.nextechmaterials.com.

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