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    Organic fluid supply chain

    We have the capacity to supply Organic Fluids, namely Organic Water and Organic Beer. However, each fluid category comes with Optima, Premium and Premium Plus class of fluids. We have patents pending and approval from various government agencies in the USA. We are also working on the international level to be the preferred supplier to several countries through a distribution channel.

    We would like to partner with Med Wet. I hope that Med Wet can provide the comfort for logistics and quick response time that our organization demands. Not to mention we have established business alliance with FedEx, UPS, and DHL.

    While we strictly deal in fluid mechanics business, however we are forecasting demand increase in Air Technology, hence we are investigating opportunity, and our R&D folks are working on better, robust and quality air that has zero tolerance for fail.

    We also supply Organic Additives with increased levels of vitamins for high performance engines. They give boost to a sluggish engine. In addition we have Organic Glucose to jump start a dying engine.

    Rest assured that we are in the game for long term success through use of technology.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pauls1150 View Post
    Ya, mein gut ist indeed un Heinzer - 57 different varieties.
    That would be Pittsburgh Dill water, my friend
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montauk View Post
    We have the capacity to supply Organic Fluids, namely Organic Water and Organic Beer. However, each fluid category comes with Optima, Premium and Premium Plus class of fluids. We have patents pending and approval from various government agencies in the USA. We are also working on the international level to be the preferred supplier to several countries through a distribution channel.

    We would like to partner with Med Wet. I hope that Med Wet can provide the comfort for logistics and quick response time that our organization demands. Not to mention we have established business alliance with FedEx, UPS, and DHL.

    While we strictly deal in fluid mechanics business, however we are forecasting demand increase in Air Technology, hence we are investigating opportunity, and our R&D folks are working on better, robust and quality air that has zero tolerance for fail.

    We also supply Organic Additives with increased levels of vitamins for high performance engines. They give boost to a sluggish engine. In addition we have Organic Glucose to jump start a dying engine.

    Rest assured that we are in the game for long term success through use of technology.
    Dear Montauk,

    First let me apologize for the delay in responding to your very interesting proposal. The Med Wet team has been working very hard on pulling together all BMW's world release of the R1200GS at Intermot 2012.

    Discussions with BMW on the specification requirements for our product line are nearing completion. When those discussions are complete we will be in a position to discuss the compliance of your product with the stringent BMW specifications. We are very interested in establishing a working relationship with a supplier that can both meet the BMW requirements and the needs of the of the sophisticated and growing organic motorcycle fluid replacement market segment.

    Med Wet has been working with NASA in government – private sector collaboration to develop a variety of drone vehicles to meet the demanding adventure touring emergency needs of water cooled GS rider target market. You will see in the embedded video we have had successful test flights of a variety of craft addressing a range of needs from rapid response light loads such as shorties, ponies and other small vessels to half, full and multi keg system delivery craft.



    In addition to the joint project with NASA a development group has been working on craft for our basic Med Wet product line. We are very excited about this craft. After reviewing the limited product information you have supplied this craft may not be appropriate for an organic product line in a premium Med Wet line; however, it does allow Med Wet to service the BMW MOA member. The MOA member represents a desirable but difficult to service market. The only thing that is cheap about a BMW GS is the rider. Pedantic, curmudgeonly and miserly the MOA GS rider base is seen by our marketing and abacus expert believes they do represent a viable revenue stream if the proper delivery craft can be perfected. We are very pleased with the first flights of this aircraft. Based on these test we believe it will be on-line to defend the water cooled GS rider when it reaches these shores.



    Again I apologize for the delay in response. I trust you understand that these are busy times for Med Wet and see the value in developing a relationship with us if appropriate.
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    Will Med Wet be able to provide in-flight refilling so I do not waist valuable travel time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Rider View Post
    Will Med Wet be able to provide in-flight refilling so I do not waist valuable travel time?
    Refilling of what; bike or rider?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mika View Post
    Refilling of what; bike or rider?

    Both...

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    Mika, you are correct in having a limited information about our product. However, once you have a working drone, we can further discuss how we can partner to support backcountry GS riders.

    I am also in a discussion with NASA in a proposition to jet propel organic fluids, right to the user with advance GPS technology to alert ETA. We call this "Precision Delivery".

    Further to compliment our delivery requirements in remote areas, we are also working with companies having a nitch in airbag, padding etc., to not destroy our products at the time of delivery. As you can see, if container breaks, it's no use to the rider,and rider looses valuable time for a reorder and re delivery.

    I appreciate you replying back. As a leader in providing quality products that meets or exceeds OEM, we continually working hard on not only on the product R&D, but how to make it accessible to the rider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Rider View Post
    Will Med Wet be able to provide in-flight refilling so I do not waist valuable travel time?
    Mr. Mountain Rider,

    As a provider of quality finest quality products to support GS and its rider, as an organization, we are working on extending our distribution channels, to provide deliver of our most used products to the remote areas. We are acquiring shelf spaces as much we can. We are also competing with sports drinks with our flavored OrganicAid drinks to rejuvenate the rider for another 250 miles with only a small quantity. We understand, that by drinking large amounts of energy drinks or water, rider would have to make annoying stops to take a leak, especially for women. Our product will reduce that.

    Now with respect to in-flight refueling, you would not be disappointed with technologies provided by either Med Wet or our company.

    Remember, with our organic drinks you won't stay thirsty for too long. With 250 miles without a piss, I think you would like that.

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    Thank you for your question about Med Wet delivery features. We regret Med Wet will not be able to offer on the fly service to our customers in time for the first release of the BMW Wethead.

    Initial tests of the in flight coupling system for coolant transfer to the motorcycle are showing great promise. We are seeking FAA aproval for commercial drone flights and the necessay liscenses and dram shop imsurance required for operation. Until we are confident we can safely deliver our custom blend of fluids to met the stringent BMW specifications and the discriminating taste of our customers we will be using land based vehicles.

    Because we realize down time is critical to the BMW AdvTourer we are exploring rapid EVO options to speed delivery while keeping overhead custs and thus member premiums down.
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    The back country needs of Wethead riders is a great point to bring up. Wet Med is in final test stages of the Med Wet helicopter as part of the Med Wet VTOL delivery systems research.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montauk View Post
    Remember, with our organic drinks you won't stay thirsty for too long. With 250 miles without a piss, I think you would like that.
    This does sound promising, I do hate to have to stop every 100 miles to piss. And let's not talk about my wife and her bladder function.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mika View Post
    Thank you for your question about Med Wet delivery features. We regret Med Wet will not be able to offer on the fly service to our customers in time for the first release of the BMW Wethead.

    Initial tests of the in flight coupling system for coolant transfer to the motorcycle are showing great promise. We are seeking FAA aproval for commercial drone flights and the necessay liscenses and dram shop imsurance required for operation. Until we are confident we can safely deliver our custom blend of fluids to met the stringent BMW specifications and the discriminating taste of our customers we will be using land based vehicles.

    Because we realize down time is critical to the BMW AdvTourer we are exploring rapid EVO options to speed delivery while keeping overhead custs and thus member premiums down.
    Very nice, keep us posted.

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    In true BMW fashion...

    ... you know, y'all are *way* over-thinking this....












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    Quote Originally Posted by Visian View Post
    ... you know, y'all are *way* over-thinking this....












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    But you will need someone to fill the bladder bag once used up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Visian View Post
    ... you know, y'all are *way* over-thinking this....

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    No over thinking or thinking at all. This is the BMW MOA forum after all. Just a little fun win entrepreneurial spirit.




    P.S. How did you get hold of our brochure picture of the Med Wet rider fluid containers anyway?
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