NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired – July 14, 2015) – AirBoss of America Corp. (TSX: BOS) (OTC: ABSSF) CEO P. Grenville Schoch and President Lisa Swartzman discussed AirBoss’s recent acquisition of Immediate Response Technologies and how it adds to their defense product offering. They also spoke about the recent contract award to provide CBRN protective gloves for the Department of Defense. In addition, Lisa and Gren gave an overview of AirBoss’s positive Q1 results, which were largely driven by their rubber compounding and automotive divisions.
Héroux-Devtek Inc. (TSX: HRX) (OTC: HERFX) CEO Gilles Labbé provided some insight into the company’s contract win to supply complete landing gears systems for the Boeing 777 and 777X program. He highlighted some of HRX’s other programs, which are expected to create revenue in the near future. In addition, Mr. Labbé outlined some key trends the company is looking to capitalize on in the aerospace sector and stated that they are hoping to grow through a possible complementary acquisition. He also touched on Héroux-Devtek’s financial goals over the next few quarters.
Manitok Energy Inc. (TSX VENTURE: MEI) (OTC: MKRYF) CEO Massimo Geremia talked about the company’s recent Wayne acquisition that will add an additional 1,800 BOE per day to their portfolio. He discussed the revised contract with Prairie Sky and went over MEI’s Q1 production totals. Mr. Geremia stated that declining oil prices have affected Manitok’s acquisition strategy, allowing them to make the Wayne purchase at a lower price. He mentioned that the company is seeking a JV partner to help accelerate their drilling program at Wayne.
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