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RCI Technologies expands website features

Fuel-purifier manufacturer RCI Technologies added new features to its website, the company announced.

The site is now available in 28 additional languages. Site visitors can click on the flags at the top of the home page to instantly view the entire site in the language of their choice.

"We are excited to offer this new feature, which enables us to further our reach into our international markets, enhancing our communication and service to customers abroad," communications specialist Natalie Avalos said in a statement.

In addition, the website now includes archives of RCI's Solutions e-mail newsletter, which was rolled out in January. Site visitors can read current and past issues of the RCI newsletter and sign up for the mailing list.

RCI offers a complete line of diesel fuel purification products for marine, industrial, trucking and bus applications.

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