“The current economy has created such a competitive environment that we do not want to announce the name or location of our customer,” explained AmeraMex CEO Lee Hamre. “The equipment is expected to be delivered within 60 days, just in time for the opening of the new port. We are pleased with the order and expect to be on target by the end of the first quarter to meet or surpass our 2008 revenue of $24 million.
Hamre continued, “While 2009 was a difficult year for many companies, including AmeraMex, we were able to develop strong relationships with synergistic companies here in the U.S., and expand our reach into several high-growth countries including Algeria, Ghana and Nigeria. We believe these relationships will generate the revenue to propel the company to the best year in its history. We expect to provide much awaited updates to our shareholders in the near future.”
The equipment being shipped to Central America is part of a package of used container handling equipment AmeraMex purchased for refurbishment and resale.
About AmeraMex International
AmeraMex International sells, leases, and rents heavy equipment to companies within four industries: construction (light and infrastructure), shipping, mining and logging. AmeraMex’s largest product line is specialized container handling equipment that enables stevedoring companies to quickly and efficiently load and offload container and general freight ships dockside. AmeraMex, with customers in North America, South America, 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.
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