365 Risk Solutions Receives African Sub-distribution Rights for Life Saving Products

November 19, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Chad Thomas, Chief Executive Officer of 365 Risk Solutions, released the following statement today -

365 Risk Solutions, a wholly South African owned company, recently signed an exclusive sub-distribution agreement with Mkhuseli Trauma Products to distribute the award winning life saving HemCon range of products. In terms of the sub-distribution agreement, 365 Risk Solutions is permitted to market and distribute the HemCon range of products throughout Africa to the military, police and security industries. Great headway has been made in this regard and the company is looking forward to being responsible for many lives being saved in the months and years to come.

Mr Thomas also advised that shares in the 365 Risk Solutions company had been sold to Mr. Leonard, the Chairman of SHC Projects (Pty) Ltd and Mr. Mokgethi, MD of Moso Consulting CC, both companies specialising in the medical healthcare field. This sale amounts to a partial Black Economic Empowerment deal. The company welcomes the professional expertise that both these gentlemen bring with them in terms of the deal.

365 Risk Solutions recently concluded an agreement with Promedis (Pty) Ltd. In terms of the agreement, 365 Risk Solutions (Pty) Ltd has been granted the exclusive African rights to market the complete range of Czech made Biological Protection Systems, including, inter alia, the Bio-bag, the Decontamination Module range, the Biological Protective Suit range and the Sterile Body-Bag range.

365 Risk Solutions (Pty) Ltd has been requested by a major African country government to tender on non-armament SWAT equipment. The country in question is setting up its very first tactical reaction unit.

365 Risk Solutions (Pty) Ltd stands by its founding principals to only supply non-armament related equipment into Africa. The directors of the company are committed to growing 365 Risk Solutions into the biggest supplier of life saving equipment into Africa.