SOURCE: Coates International, Ltd.

February 24, 2016 09:38 ET

Dangerous Poisoning Pollutants From Diesel Engines That Cause Heart and Lung Diseases and More - Many Diesel Engine Manufacturers Tried to Clean up Diesel Emissions With No Successful Results - Coates International, Ltd. Received Notice That Two Diesel Engines Were Shipped From China Yesterday and Will Arrive at Newark Airport Today From a Major Diesel Engine Manufacturer in China to Coates to Be Retrofit With the Coates CSRV Ultra Green Technology

WALL TOWNSHIP, NJ--(Marketwired - Feb 24, 2016) - Coates International, Ltd. (OTC PINK: COTE) (the "Company") was notified yesterday that two diesel engines have been shipped by air from China to Coates International, Ltd. and will arrive at Newark airport today. These diesel engines will be retrofitted with the Coates patented ultra-low emissions CSRV system technology.

This is a completely separate licensing transaction with a major Chinese diesel engine manufacturer. No government participation. Diesel engines are widely used the world over in heavy trucks, buses, ships, cars, off-road vehicles and more. The harmful emissions cause many serious diseases including heart and lung disease. Here at Coates International, Ltd. scientific research and development has been in process for many years to solve these problems and management believes that the Company has the remedy to address these problems.

Company President and CEO, Mr. George J. Coates, comments: "It is impossible to solve the emission problems of the more than 100 year old diesel poppet valve engines. This poisonous harmful pollution and particulates from these engines cause thousands of deaths and sickness such as heart and lung diseases.

"Here at Coates International, Ltd. we believe that our patented CSRV ultra green technology will solve these problems. The Company has many projects in process to do just that."

There can be no assurance that the Company will be successful in any of its endeavors.

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