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AmeraMex
International Acquires Additional Container Handlers – Retail Value $1.4
Million

CHICO, CA, October 3, 2014
AmeraMex International, Inc. (OTC:
AMMX),
a provider of heavy equipment for logistics companies (stevedoring/shipping),
infrastructure construction, commercial farming and mining companies, announced
that it has acquired a number of used container handlers from a Seattle, WA
customer.  The container handlers, which
have a resale value of approximately $1.4 million, have arrived in Chico for
refurbishment. 

 

AmeraMex
CEO Lee Hamre commented, “We have already received a $300,000 order for a
couple of the container handlers from a port in Mexico. The handlers are being disassembled for shipment
and are expected to leave Chico next week.

 

 “I have been traveling throughout the U.S. as
well as internationally to bid on used equipment, a major component of our core
business,” continued Hamre. “I expect to
touch base with our team in Niger and provide an update to shareholders early
next week. Based on our discussion last week, the process is moving along and
issues are being addressed.”  

 

About AmeraMex International: AmeraMex
International
sells,
leases and rents heavy equipment to companies within four industries:  construction (light and infrastructure),
shipping logistics, mining and commercial farming.
AmeraMex,
with customers in the Americas, Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe, has over 30
years of experience in heavy equipment sales and service, and inventories top-of-the-line
equipment from manufacturers such as Taylor Machine Works Inc. and Terex Heavy
Equipment. For more information visit the AmeraMex website,
www.AMMX.net or
www.hamreequipment.com
.

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