LONDON -- (Marketwired) -- 07/11/13 -- E-Waste Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: EWSI) ('EWSI' or the "Company"), an electronic waste management services, technology and reverse logistics company and the first public pure eWaste company, announced that its CEO, Mr. Martin Nielson has spoken publicly with the press, taped an interview and participated in market research studies all of which should be shared with the investing public.
On Tuesday, July 2, Mr. Nielson was interviewed by Juan Costello of "Wall Street Analyst." The entire interview may be found on EWSI's website. In the interview Mr. Nielson provided a number of important messages that all shareholders should be given access to, a number of which are summarized in this release. Included are the following:
•To date in 2013, EWSI has established its brand in the USA, UK, Australia, China, India, and Mexico, and before the end of the year the Company expects to be in a dozen or more countries via branding & licensing agreements. •The recent acquisition of Surf Investments, now to be trading as E-Waste Systems (CA) is in need of new space and with EWSI's current sponsorship by the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator ('LACI'), among the options being considered is a merging of operations into facilities which are part of LACI. •EWSI's recently announced Mexico (SCOEX) logistics technology deal is expected to generate $1.7M in revenues in its first year. •When asked about trends in sector, Mr. Nielson pointed out that the industry needs leadership; that the industry knows no international borders; and that EWSI is offering to bring e-waste solutions globally. The eWaste brand is now in the USA, UK, Australia, China, India, and Mexico. •EWSI maintains a zero landfill policy and operates voluntarily under the world's strictest e-waste standards, which it believes to be the European Union's WEEE Directive. EWSI will only partner with companies that share their same high standards. •Revenues are expected to continue to accelerate throughout 2013 and EWSI's first $1 million quarter could be achieved shortly. •Before the end of the year EWSI expects to be in a dozen or more countries via branding/licensing agreements. •At least one more acquisition is expected to be completed before the end of the year. EWSI announced 2TRG as the next acquisition focus with a potential $5 million in added annual revenues and over 75 Million pounds of capacity. •Up to five more eManagement Contracts will be signed before the end of the year. •New technology offerings are expected to gain serious commercial traction. eWasteCC (Carbon Credit), ePlant1000, and the just announced eWasteTRACK will lead the way. EWSI also indicated there may be more technologies to be added. Nielson added the quote, "The SCOEX team of technically savvy professionals has created an integrated global platform from source to destination that we can use to weed out improper transport and import/export trading, ensure compliance, while streamlining the entire trading process. The commercial synergies possible with the Mexico-California presence of our two companies are expected to be used as solid building blocks for our growth."
EWSI also recently appointed Mr. Paul Graham to be responsible for our social media and he has created for the company a blog site, which we want to draw attention to. That site is listed below.
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