Under the terms of the agreement, the Chinese manufacturer will deliver its modules, under a co-branded label with Bull PowerTech, throughout the course of 2011. The deal's financial details were not disclosed.
Manuel Thaler, founder of Bull Holding AG commented: "Much like Bull Holding AG's business, JinkoSolar's business is growing rapidly. We are excited to work with them as we ramp up our market share and hope their solar modules can contribute to more projects going forward."
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