CirTran set to make first shipment in $30 Million contract for fitness machines
Jul 01, 2005
Back in the states, CirTran's Racore subsidiary ships network adapters for FDNY
CirTran Corporation (OTCBB:CIRT) said it was set to close out a strong first half of 2005 by shipping fitness machines from China as well as technology products for the New York City Fire Department (FDNY).
Trevor M. Saliba, CirTran's executive vice president for worldwide sales, said the first shipment of fitness machines built by CirTran-Asia -- representing $700,000 of the previously-announced $30 million exclusive manufacturing contract -- were loading this week and "should be on the water heading to the U.S. sometime during the week of July 4th."
In addition, Mr. Saliba said that CirTran's Racore Technology, Inc., subsidiary was shipping M8190A Fiber Optic Fast Ethernet Network Adapters with Volition Patch Cords to the FDNY through U.S. Information Systems, a value-added reseller based in the New York City suburb of Nyack. The order, he said, had a retail value of approximately $9,000.