RALEIGH, N.C., June 12, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- InoLife Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB:INOL), a diversified service based healthcare and environmental product developer and marketer is pleased to announce the company has signed an Exclusive Distributor Agreement with Green Dolphin Systems Corp. As one of the integral parts of InoLife's business and expansion strategy, this agreement provides a platform for growth within a wide range of commercial and retail markets. The company's CEO, Mr. Gary Berthold, states, "I am excited about the prospects the Green Dolphin product portfolio offers in the domestic and select international markets. Since 1997, the Green Dolphin products have been setting the eco-solutions standards for performance, quality and price points. Our key focus will be serving supermarket, pharmacy, hardware and automotive sectors with the extensive line of high performance, ecologically safe products." This agreement will assist in the furtherance of the company's product development, sales and marketing strategy to garner share in a variety of market segments. Green Dolphin Systems Corp. www.greendolphin.net has been engaged in the advancement of ecology and "green" products for commercial and residential use. As a North American innovator of a comprehensive line of products using eco-safe biodegradable formulations, Green Dolphin takes pride in its on-going research and development. They continue to improve and expand the scope of the product offering to ensure that they supply their customers with the most effective high performance eco-safe products available. According to Mintel, a leading Market Research & Market Insight Company the bio-degradable cleaning market reported $17.7 million in business in 2003, the Chicago-based market research company says the green cleaning category quadrupled sales to $64.5 million by 2008. By 2013, Mintel anticipates eco-friendly cleaners will do an astounding $623 million in business and account for 30 percent of the household cleaners market by then (compared with 3 percent last year).