AmeraMex International Reports Second Quarter Financial Results
Company Maintains Revenue Projections of $23 Million for 2010
CHICO, CA – August 18, 2010 – AmeraMex International, Inc. (OTC:AMMX), a provider of heavy equipment to infrastructure, shipping, construction, and mining companies, today reported financial results for its second quarter ended June 30, 2010.
The company reported revenue of $165,417 for the quarter with operating loss of ($27,774). The net loss for the quarter was ($99,324), or net loss per share of (0.0003)
AmeraMex CEO Lee Hamre commented, “As anticipated, revenue for the quarter and the six-month period is down significantly when compared to revenue for the second quarter and six-month period of 2009, which was down when compared to 2008. The lack of infrastructure projects and economic difficulties facing our other markets in the U.S. are continuing to hamper sales but we are confident the investment of time and money made in fast growing African countries as well as the Americas will drive revenue to the 2008 level of $23 million by the end of the year. We also believe the projected revenue mix should result in a profitable bottom line.”
About AmeraMex International
AmeraMex International carries a large inventory of heavy equipment, which it sells, leases, and rents to a variety of industries, including the stevedoring, heavy construction, light construction, logging and mining industries. AmeraMex’s largest product line is specialized container handling equipment for stevedoring companies that load and offload ships – from container ships to cruise lines and fishing fleets. AmeraMex has over 30 years of experience in heavy equipment sales and service and carries top-of-the-line equipment from manufacturers such as Taylor Machine Works Inc., Terex Heavy Equipment, and Barko Hydraulics.
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