MISSISSAUGA, ON--(Marketwired - Jan 30, 2017) - Axios Mobile Assets Corp. (TSX VENTURE: AXA) ("Axios" or the "Company") today announced that Michael Cooke has resigned as the Company's Chief Financial Officer and that Marc Topacio the Company's former Chief Financial Officer has been appointed as Chief Financial Officer on an interim basis while the Company conducts a search for a replacement. The Company would like to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Cooke for his hard work and dedication to the Company and its development over the past ten months.
About Axios Mobile Assets
Axios Mobile Assets Corp. is a supply chain logistics company that is rapidly becoming a key supplier of pooled pallets, primarily to the perishable food industry. The Company's proprietary pallet-based tracking and information system delivers actionable data to help improve supply chain visibility and food safety. Unique attributes of the system include lower total cost, high biosecurity standards, real-time data and lighter weight. Axios is the only pallet pooler in the world with SQF certification in the Provision of Sanitation and Hygiene Services category.
Further information concerning the Company can be found at www.axiosma.com and www.sedar.com.
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