TORONTO (Feb. 17, 2009)—Conforce International Inc. has received its first order for its newly developed polyurethane EKO-FLOR ms-1 special military container panels.
The $1 million order was placed by U.S. military contractor Sea Box Inc. last May, the company said. The EKO-FLOR ms-1 was developed using Baydur PUL 2500, a two-component polyurethane system from BaySystems, the umbrella brand for the global polyurethane operations of Bayer MaterialScience.
The variation of Conforce's cs-4 flooring will be used to support military supplies stored in specialized containers around the world, Conforce CEO Marino Kulas said.
Conforce International is a Toronto-based shipping, storage, and handling firm that has been in the shipping container business for more than 25 years.