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Flow Science Announces New Associate in India
Posted Mon December 29, 2003 @12:14PM
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News Flow Science, Inc. announced today it has entered into an agreement with Kaushiks International (Bangalore, India) for that firm to represent Flow Science’s FLOW-3D® computational fluid dynamics software for both sales and engineering consulting purposes to the metal casting and plastics molding industries in India.

Flow Science, Inc. is a privately-held software company specializing in high fidelity fluid dynamics modeling software for industrial and scientific applications worldwide. Flow Science has a worldwide network of Associates for FLOW-3D®, including Japan, Germany, Korea, Finland, Norway, Russia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Italy, Canada and Southeast Asia. Flow Science is located in Santa Fe, NM.

Kaushiks International is a privately-held company based in Bangalore. Kaushiks International also represents casting equipment and other related products which includes Toshiba Machine Co Ltd. (Japan), Hildreth Mfg. LLC (Marion, Ohio), and Visi Trak Worldwide LLC (Cleveland, Ohio) in India.

For information, contact Ms. Rena Coby-Madrid at (505) 982-0088 or or Mr. B.Ravindran at 0091-80-5283780 or

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