SOURCE: Tytan Holdings, Inc.

Tytan Holdings, Inc.

November 12, 2009 12:49 ET

Tytan Holdings, Inc. (TYTN) Announces LOI to Acquire Tytan International

KALAMA, WA--(Marketwire - November 12, 2009) - Tytan Holdings, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: TYTN) announced today that it has entered into a Letter of Intent to acquire One Hundred Percent (100%) of Tytan International, Inc., a privately-held tractor company with exclusive manufacturing agreements in China.

About Tytan International, Inc.

Tytan International has several patents/patent pending products that create a strong niche for keeping sales & profits high which include: the Kingchipper, the 4N1 loader bucket, their backhoe bodies mount system, its rear fill fuel tank, the new super starters, the Dual Trax tires, and more.

Tytan's leadership has been successful in the past 25 years with finding successful niches in the retail & wholesale markets. Most of those years were spent building alliances in China. Tytan's goal is to cultivate a network of "key" retailing outlets that would first blanket the West coast and then move eastward.

With the recent explosion of the Chinese automobile industry, there has been a huge boom in quality. Tytan International is on the leading edge and will be there with a new era of products in 2010 that will meet or beat any competitor's, all with the value conscious consumer in mind.

About Tytan Holdings, Inc.

Tytan Holdings, Inc. is a holding corporation with strategic focus in acquisition of agricultural equipment manufactures and exploration of environmental technologies.

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