Xtreme Delivers Fire-Rescue Boat to Taiwan

Friday, October 21, 2005
Xtreme Companies, Inc. manufacturer of mission-specific Fire-Rescue and Patrol boats, announced the delivery of its subsidiary 'First Responders Inc.'s' first ever international sale. The XFR.F.12 fire-rescue boat was delivered to Xtreme's Taiwanese distributor Shuanyi Industry Company LTDC two weeks ahead of schedule. Xtreme CEO Kevin Ryan stated, "It was extremely important for us to deliver our first international boat sale ahead of schedule. Shuanyi has indicated to us, that if the boat passes their rigorous testing requirements, we could become a major supplier of first responder emergency watercraft for fire departments throughout Taiwan. Given the performance standards we have set for ourselves, I am confident in our ability to expand throughout this region."
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