AmeraMex International Ships $400,000 Order to The Port of San Francisco

CHICO, CA — January 28, 2008 — AmeraMex International, Inc. (OTC: AMMX), a provider of heavy equipment to shipping, construction, logging and mining companies, today announced it has shipped a $400,000 order containing break-bulk material handlers to the Port of San Francisco.  

“We were pleased to complete a shipment of our new ergonomically designed break-bulk material handlers to a logistics support company located at the Port of San Francisco,” commented AmeraMex President and CEO Lee Hamre. “Our EPA compliant break-bulk products reduce the manual labor of moving partial containers and pallets into storage or from one mode of transportation to another.”

Logistics support companies represent a large market for AmeraMex, as imports are continuing to increase at a fast pace. Transferring cargo in an efficient and timely manner is a necessity at all cargo ports as time is money. The material handlers (large capacity fork lifts), manufactured by Taylor Machine Works and distributed by AmeraMex, streamline what has been a time consuming and labor intensive effort by enabling the stevedores or dock workers to move break-bulk materials safely and quickly.

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, .

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