SHERBROOKE, QC--(Marketwired - Jan 31, 2014) - Novacab International Inc. (OTC Pink: NVOB) is most pleased to announce the opening of its first US regional office in Palm Springs California. The newly appointed Regional Manager, John Higgins will be overseeing the structuring of the office as well as hiring of the required support team and sales force throughout the State of California.
"We targeted California because of its strategic position to service long distance haulers across the Mexican border," states Stephane Bilodeau, president. He adds, "Our plant in Sherbrooke, Quebec, is 30 miles from the US Border and it will continue to cover the Tri-State area until our further expansion in this region next year."
Prospective Dealer/ Distributors in California have already been identified and have shown interest in its technologies for the automotive part of our business catering to Class 8 with sleeper cabs and smaller delivery and service vehicles.
Novacab's technology is most attractive for trucking firms as it runs silent, unlike generator driven systems. It emits zero pollution and does not use any power from the engines that propel the vehicles.
Mr. Higgins is meeting with trucking companies whose equipment requires both refrigeration for produce and freezing capabilities.
He is also gathering interest in the commercial and industrial segment of our business model with our Novanergy Technology to be implemented in hotels, hospitals, manufacturing plants etc. The savings in electrical consumption is primordial especially in areas where these expenses are an important part of operating costs.
More updates are forthcoming.
About Novacab International Inc
Novacab's technologies are based on patent protected research developed since 1996 and are applicable in two main sectors, vehicles and buildings. The technology provides for thermal storage of electricity that is created from the flow of heat. These systems convert heat into electricity which can be stored for future use.
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