SOURCE: Concrete Leveling Systems, Inc.
CANTON, OH--(Marketwire - Jan 7, 2013) - Concrete Leveling Systems, Inc. ("CLS") (OTCBB: CLEV) is pleased to update shareholders on managements outlook for 2013.
CLS President, Edward A. Barth, stated, "The Concrete Canada trade show in November 2012 was well received and CLS received numerous sales leads that I believe will open up the Canadian market to our products. I discussed our products with numerous concrete, asphalt and property service professionals that saw the need for the service in their current service areas. I also had discussions with several Canadian operating leveling contractors; I found that they are using small portable pumping units. During our discussions these companies agreed that our Pro X units would simplify their operations. In my post show discussions I have had a request to modify and re-quote our Pro X-10 unit to hold more base material and I have also had requests from both Canadian and US prospective buyer to offer our Pro X units on a self contained trailer unit. This will allow buyers to utilize trucks they already own and not require purchasing another vehicle. CLS is currently engineering new products to meet our customers' demands and I expect CLS's new products to be available for fabrication in mid February, ready for the 2013 contracting season. As CLS enters 2013 I am more confident than ever that CLS has gained International market exposure and that CLS is properly structured to grow and expand our company's sales and services."
Concrete Leveling Systems, Inc. manufactures a truck mounted concrete leveling system to raise and re-align sunken concrete slabs. Common applications are steps, sidewalks, patios, and driveways with specialty application for floors, streets and swimming pool decks. For more information please visit our web site at www.clsfab.net.
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