ABOUT US

OVERVIEW

OPTEC International, Inc. is committed to providing green technologies for continued worldwide reduction of fossil fuel usage and greenhouse gas emissions. The company is focused on the distribution of the OPTEC™ Fuel Maximizer and third-generation OPTEC™ LED lighting solutions for a revolutionary product line designed to have substantial impact on global health.

OVERVIEW

OPTEC International, Inc. is committed to providing green technologies for continued worldwide reduction of fossil fuel usage and greenhouse gas emissions. The company is focused on the distribution of the OPTEC™ Fuel Maximizer and third-generation OPTEC™ LED lighting solutions for a revolutionary product line designed to have substantial impact on global health.

OUR TEAM

Mr. Sollenne has over 30 years of Financial & Business Management experience in the Automotive Fleet Services, Financial Services, Life Sciences and Human Capital Industries. His experience includes hands-on senior leadership and financial management positions with both large and middle-market public companies as well as small and mid-sized private companies.

He has structured, negotiated and closed over 36 acquisitions of business services companies; led the turnaround and re-positioning of two prominent Global IT Services companies; raised over $300 million of both public and private equity and debt; led the national Sales & Marketing activities of a $1 billion division of Ford Financial Services, leading this company from a second-tier player to the third largest in the Fleet Services Industry; and led a multi-company rollup to form a public Life Science Services Company.

Jennifer Ferreira implements written policies, procedures, and standards for Optimized Fuel Technologies. Ferreira is responsible for ensuring the OPTEC device meets compliance in all categories. She oversees all testing in relation to emission reduction, fuel savings, and performance enhancement for continuous certifications, quality control, and enhancement of the OPTEC device as new engine models are introduced yearly.

Ms. Ferreira has a strong automotive background in sales, management, and business development. She studied environmental science and project management with a focus on renewable energy.

Mr. Sollenne has over 30 years of Financial & Business Management experience in the Automotive Fleet Services, Financial Services, Life Sciences and Human Capital Industries. His experience includes hands-on senior leadership and financial management positions with both large and middle-market public companies as well as small and mid-sized private companies.

He has structured, negotiated and closed over 36 acquisitions of business services companies; led the turnaround and re-positioning of two prominent Global IT Services companies; raised over $300 million of both public and private equity and debt; led the national Sales & Marketing activities of a $1 billion division of Ford Financial Services, leading this company from a second-tier player to the third largest in the Fleet Services Industry; and led a multi-company rollup to form a public Life Science Services Company.

OUR COMMITMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENT

Technology for Change

A daily effort can be made in our constant habits in order for us to start seeing major improvements in our lifetime. The connection between preservation and conservation are linked tightly in our fuel use and energy use practices. Yes, turning off the light when you leave the room is a start, but what more can we do?

Many communities are adopting practices such as eliminating one-use plastic grocery bags, and these particular movements are indeed helping. Ponder this: how does your grocer receive product? How do they bring in customers? Everything that is produced is transported in some way. Each level of distribution, has to commit to paying the current fuel costs, regardless of their economical fluctuation in price. Rather than dismiss the thought, we can work toward bringing new technologies into the transportation sector of business to improve each level below.

OUR TEAM

Mr. Sollenne has over 30 years of Financial & Business Management experience in the Automotive Fleet Services, Financial Services, Life Sciences and Human Capital Industries. His experience includes hands-on senior leadership and financial management positions with both large and middle-market public companies as well as small and mid-sized private companies.

He has structured, negotiated and closed over 36 acquisitions of business services companies; led the turnaround and re-positioning of two prominent Global IT Services companies; raised over $300 million of both public and private equity and debt; led the national Sales & Marketing activities of a $1 billion division of Ford Financial Services, leading this company from a second-tier player to the third largest in the Fleet Services Industry; and led a multi-company rollup to form a public Life Science Services Company.

Jennifer Ferreira implements written policies, procedures, and standards for Optimized Fuel Technologies. Ferreira is responsible for ensuring the OPTEC device meets compliance in all categories. She oversees all testing in relation to emission reduction, fuel savings, and performance enhancement for continuous certifications, quality control, and enhancement of the OPTEC device as new engine models are introduced yearly.

Ms. Ferreira has a strong automotive background in sales, management, and business development. She studied environmental science and project management with a focus on renewable energy.

OUR COMMITMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENT

Technology for Change

A daily effort can be made in our constant habits in order for us to start seeing major improvements in our lifetime. The connection between preservation and conservation are linked tightly in our fuel use and energy use practices. Yes, turning off the light when you leave the room is a start, but what more can we do?

Many communities are adopting practices such as eliminating one-use plastic grocery bags, and these particular movements are indeed helping. Ponder this: how does your grocer receive product? How do they bring in customers? Everything that is produced is transported in some way. Each level of distribution, has to commit to paying the current fuel costs, regardless of their economical fluctuation in price. Rather than dismiss the thought, we can work toward bringing new technologies into the transportation sector of business to improve each level below.

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