RIVERSIDE, CA--(Marketwire - Mar 1, 2013) - Ingen Technologies, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: IGNT), an emerging medical device manufacturer with patented proprietary medical technology for the growing $55 Billion US home healthcare industry, is pleased to announce upcoming improvements to our distribution network.
Our National Distributor has recently shifted internet sales of disposable medical supplies to the chronic disease market with a company better suited to reach a larger customer base. Our distribution network is now using a new link, as their website has migrated to the new Magento Platform. "The Magento Platform will allow the ability to add additional content to Ingen's product pages which will support a greater user experience," stated Gary B. Tilden, Chairman of Ingen Technologies.
We have recently been contacted by one of the network distributors within our national distribution chain, Joshua E. Hatfield, RN and President of Baby Boomer Medical, Inc., who stated that they are excited with these upgrades as this will make his job easier and should increase the customer base as well as sales volume for Ingen's products.
The company recently had a delay with its export orders through MMT Inc., and has been notified that the initial purchase orders would be forthcoming within the next two weeks. William Mourad, CEO, stated that the orders are finalized and on the way. The company expects $3M in purchase orders for export. The new revenues will provide operating capital for continued expansion and growth of Ingen.
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