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The Fulcrum represents the Russian counterpart to the modem Western fighter.
Applying its technology via standard textile dyeing machines, Fulcrum can now coat 100-meter fabric rolls with its SP1/CNT technology combining individually dispersed, single molecular layer of carbon nanotubes.
Fulcrum, a new breed organization, fundamentally altered the professional service industry by integrating comprehensive workplace management services with intelligent business development and financial management tools.
For more information please contact: Nimrod Litvak, CEO, Fulcrum SP Materials Ltd Nimrod_l@fulcrumsp.
Fulcrum will also serve as Conquer Credit's professional employer, assuming responsibility for the company's strategic and administrative human resource functions.
As part of this engagement Fulcrum will undertake a full organizational assessment designed to identify gaps within the organization.