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International Provides Niger Update

has approved shipment for the first 100 trucks

 CHICO, CA – May 4, 2015 – AmeraMex International,
a provider of heavy equipment for logistics companies (stevedoring/shipping), infrastructure
construction, logging and mining companies, said that Ecobank has approved the
shipment for the first 100 trucks and trailers based on an Agreement signed by
the Niger Minister of Transportation. A
new detailed invoice for the trucks and trailers has been requested for the
shipment and will be provided by Hamre Equipment. This information is being
provided to Mr. Hamre by the Minister of Transportation’s office located in
Niamey, Niger.


Under the amended terms of the agreement signed by
the Niger Minister of Transportation, 3,000 trucks and trailers will be shipped
over a five-year period in tranches of 100 trucks and trailers approximately
every two months. Each shipment is
valued at $12 million. Final approval of
the contract to be provided by Ecobank still must be approved by an American funding
organization in New York.
AmeraMex has tentative approval for this funding subject to submitting the final
contract between AmeraMex International, Inc. and Ecobank of Niger.


About AmeraMex International

leases and rents heavy equipment to companies within four industries:  construction (light and infrastructure),
shipping logistics, mining and commercial farming.
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, or

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