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HIMR Up on Strong Volume —————————————————————– Hot Stock to Watch —————————————————————– Company: Hollund Industrial Marine, Inc. (Pink Sheets: HIMR) Last:

Price: 0.0293 Change (%): + 0.0013 (4.64) Volume: 1,018,809 http://app.getresponse.com/click.htmlx=a62b&lc=V1MM8&mc=Bs&s=V2HFR&u=BEqW&y=A& 4,000 Board Feet Per Day Secures Hollund Industrial Marine`s Entry Into Marketplace BLAINE, WA–(Marketwired – Dec 12, 2014) – Hollund Industrial Marine, Inc. (OTC PINK: HIMR) (“Hollund” or the “Company”) an underwater forest management company, announced today that operations at Lake Bayano are currently harvesting over 4,000 board feet per day of over 20 marketable tropical wood species.

“Much of the underwater timber is comprised of valuable, exceptional hardwoods such as Cumaru, Santos Mahogany, Macawood, Tigerwood, Purpleheart and Zapatero in addition to softer hardwoods such as Espave,” stated Sheldon Romain, Vice President of Hollund. “We now have the exclusive right to sell and distribute the harvested wood. With this, our overall yearly projected income has increased substantially. Additionally, we believe we will need to ramp up operations as we begin to receive and process purchase orders with greater regularity.” Management indicated that with just 4,000 board feet of water wood harvested by BLWP (Bayano Lake Wood Products) daily, the Company can easily generate seven figure revenues for 2015.

However, as the tropical timber consumer market becomes more accustomed to the reliable and steady supply of water wood that Hollund and its partners can ultimately harvest and distribute, BLWP will ramp up considerably — 16,000 to 20,000 board feet daily — even if only using divers in the interim.

Mr. Romain concluded, “As our business model has evolved, our primary objective is to sell all of the standing timber to a single source, such as China. This would essentially expedite and bank roll operations; allowing us to rapidly expand our reach throughout Panama. Currently, our team is in discussions with several major sources to make this happen.” Continue Reading – http://app.getresponse.com/click.htmlx=a62b&lc=V1MCI&mc=Bs&s=V2HFR&u=BEqW&y=8& —————————————————————– IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER – PLEASE READ THOROUGHLY —————————————————————– SmallCapVoice (SCV) is an electronic publication. Information sources for our profiles include, but are not limited to, online research, member suggestions, magazines, newspapers, analyst suggestions, publicly available material information provided by the profiled company, press releases and similar sources. This communication is not an offer to sell or a recommendation that you buy or sell any security. SCV holds no securities licenses and is not qualified to provide investment advice. We are compensated for these advertisements by the profiled companies.

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