LAS VEGAS, Feb. 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- 2050 Motors (US OTC:ETFM) today announced that George S. Hedrick, former Vice President of North American Operations, was promoted and elected President of 2050 Motors, Inc. Michael Hu, the former President, has also been promoted to Chairman of the Board and will also be in charge of International Relations between China and the USA for 2050 Motors.
Mr. Hedrick stated, “We intend to proceed with a more aggressive plan for 2050 Motors. The Company was founded to develop the next generation of clean, lightweight, efficient vehicles and other green technologies. These technologies include fuels, hybrids, advanced materials, new batteries and low-cost carbon fiber vehicles. Our long-term relationships with other companies for a variety of game-changing technologies have been very fruitful. 2050 Motors has proceeded with this plan and, under my presidency, the Company will endeavor to pursue these valuable relationships we have formulated bringing to the US the next generation of efficient and clean transportation. 2050 Motors is now reviewing management resumes with the goal of bringing new automotive technology expertise to spearhead our organization.”
About 2050 Motors, Inc. 2050 Motors, Inc. (http://2050motors.com/about-us.html) is a publicly traded company founded to develop and produce the next generation of clean, lightweight, efficient vehicles and their associated technologies. Some of these technologies include alternative renewable fuels, hybrid electric vehicles, advanced graphene lithium batteries and low-cost carbon fiber vehicles. The Company has been successful in forming long-term relationships and exclusive contracts for a variety of game-changing technologies.
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