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Irving, TX, United States, 2005/07/28 - Sniffex, Inc., producers of Sniffex, an explosives detection device, announced today the signing of an Agent Contract with AZARCO Trading & Contracting to sell Sniffex throughout the Middle East..
AZARCO is a provider of security solutions that include an array of related products and services to government agencies, military, and large corporations. AZARCO also offers consulting services to their clients in the area of security policies and procedures.
Sniffex, Inc. stated that the primary focus of their sales strategy is to identify and sign agents such as AZARCO throughout the world to distribute their products. The Company's stated goal is to sign 15 agents by the end of 2005 that would sell into approximately 40 countries.
"We are very excited to begin working with Sniffex, Inc. in the Middle East and believe that the Sniffex product will have wide acceptance in the markets in which we currently have a presence, stated George Azar, Managing Director of AZARCO."
"This is the first of what we hope to be many agent agreements that will extend Sniffex, Inc.'s marketing reach, worldwide. We are fortunate to have many agent inquiries from great companies around the world that we are now processing," stated Paul Johnson, President of Sniffex, Inc. "We hope to have several more announcements of this type in the future."
Sniffex, Inc. is the holder of the license to sell Sniffex, an explosives detection device in most areas of the world. It sells its products though agents, distributors, and its own sales force. The Company was formed in November 2004 and began selling its products in May 2005. The Company has formed a partnership with Yuri Markov, a noted Bulgarian engineer, and inventor of Sniffex to lead the research and development of its next generation products.
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Source: Sniffex, Inc.