SOURCE: Manthey Redmond Corp.
LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 15, 2013) - Manthey Redmond Corp. (OTCBB: MHYR), a public corporation based in California and a global leader in internal combustion engine technology, announced today that it will display prototypes of its revolutionary opposed-piston engine technology at the SAE 2013 World Congress & Exhibition (Cobo Center, April 16-18, Detroit, Michigan, USA). Attendees at the SAE Congress will learn about the company's technology and the recent validation trials of its highly efficient compact engines. Representatives of Manthey Redmond Corp, including the inventor of the technology Steven Manthey, will be present at the Congress to discuss with industry experts the company's strategy as it deploys the technology (which will effectively halve the size and weight of large industrial engines globally) across the mining, locomotive, shipping, earthmoving, military and trucking sectors. To learn more visit www.mantheyredmond.com.
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