Titan America denies vendor claim

Titan America denies vendor claim
02 June 2006

Titan America LLC, a subsidiary of Titan Cement Greece, refuted today the claims that a multi-year agreement had been made between Titan America and Emergency Vehicle Installation, Inc. ("EVI"), a wholly owned subsidiary of GHL Technologies, Inc. 
 In a press release, dateline Bremerton, Washington, May 17, 2006, EVI stated that it had "commenced servicing a previously-secured, multi-year agreement with Titan America" and would "provide GPS installation and maintenance for all of Titan’s fleet vehicles nationwide." According to Titan America officials, the statements published by GHL Technologies are inaccurate and unauthorized. 
 Titan America’s Graham Fox, VP, Information Systems, commented, "What we have agreed to is a short-term, month-by-month contract with GHL Technologies for only a small portion of our fleet; we did not enter into a multi-year contract. And so far, their overall performance has not met my expectations." 
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