The commercialization of the Element product backboard is well underway and Element is poised to be the first customer to receive its final, commercial design for the Element commercial product.
The Element commercialized backboard has been in development since 2014 and is the product of a long-term collaboration between Element, a Canadian technology company, and the Canadian Government.
Element and the Government have been working together to develop a commercial product for the backboard, and a prototype has been presented to the Federal government.
While Element is still in the pre-production phase, a final design has been submitted for review to the National Energy Board (NEB).
The review process is expected to be completed by late October, and final approval is expected by the end of November.
The initial review is expected for the first quarter of 2019.
This is when Element will be able to begin commercializing the backboards and begin manufacturing them.
The final design will be subject to a number of regulatory, environmental and performance standards.
This will include the ability to meet all of the regulatory requirements for the product.
In addition, the design will have to comply with the requirements of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, the International Labour Organisation, the Occupational Safety and Health Act, and other environmental laws.
As of October 20, the review has been completed, Element is in the process of meeting all regulatory requirements and has a final product design to show to the NEB.
The final design is expected in early 2020.
Element is in a similar position to other backboard brands in that it has been using a large number of prototype backboards to validate the design.
This process was conducted by Element, which is now manufacturing and marketing the final design.
As a result, the back boards are ready for market and Element anticipates a very quick production ramp of the products in 2021, according to a company spokesperson.
This is good news for Element and its Canadian customers.
Element has been making backboards since 2013, and Element has had a strong track record of producing high quality backboards.
In 2019, Element had shipped over 100,000 backboards across Canada.
As an example, in 2016, Element sold more than 100,200 backboards, and in 2019, the company sold more backboards than the entire Canadian oil and gas sector.
Element’s customers can expect to see the Element backboards on the shelves in Canada for several months after the review is completed.
If all goes well, Element will have sold approximately 25,000 units of the back board.
The project will also continue to improve the product and will include additional improvements to the back panel.
The new design is also expected to support future advancements in technology.
In the next two years, Element plans to begin manufacturing the final Element backboard.