Westport Fuel Systems Inc. today announced that it has completed the sale of its compressed natural gas compressor business to Snam S.p.A., a leading European gas utility company, for total proceeds of 12.3 million Euro, net of a 500,000 Euro holdback to be released upon fulfillment of an independent audit process to be completed within 30 business days.Find out more
Westport Fuel Systems Inc. today announced that it has entered into an agreement to sell its compressed natural gascompressor business based in Cherasco, Italy to Snam S.p.A., a leading European gas utility company, for a cash purchase price of 12.5 million Euro, subject to certain customary adjustments and closing conditions.Find out more
Westport Fuel Systems Inc. today announced the appointment of Tony Guglielmin to the company’s Board of Directors, effective January 7, 2021.
2020 Year in Review and What’s Driving Momentum in 2021
Cummins Westport Inc. today announced changes to its Board of Directors and Management in accordance with the terms of the 50/50 Joint Venture Agreement between Cummins Inc. and Westport Fuel Systems Inc.
Program Applies HPDI to an Updated Base Engine Platform
Westport Fuel Systems Inc. today announced today that the Company has established an at-the-market equity offering program.
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