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CUI Global-Orbital Gas Systems Opens North American Operations Center In Houston, Texas

01/06/2015
CUI Global, Inc., a platform company dedicated to the acquisition, development, and commercialization of new, innovative products and technologies, reported its subsidiary, Orbital Gas Systems Ltd., opened a North American office, Orbital Gas Systems N.A., in Houston, Texas.

The new facility, located at 2326 Campbell Road, Building B in Houston, will enable CUI Global and Orbital to serve the North American Energy Industry from a US facility located in the very "heart" of the industry. Additionally, Orbital plans to begin building and assembling its proprietary VE Technology, GasPTi units and IRIS kiosks in the United States.

CUI Global's President/CEO, William Clough, said, "This new office will allow CUI Global to more readily address the North American Natural Gas Industry, which is quite sensitive to having local representation. Moreover, the addition of Jim and Rusty to our organizations adds two of the most respected sales and engineering executives in North America to our team, bringing along the requisite boost in reputation, credibility, and expertise – I welcome both of these talented individuals to the CUI Global/Orbital Team."

"We are quite confident that having a presence in Houston with its proximity to the Eagle-Ford shale formation and as home to some of the largest natural gas producers and/or transporters in the world, along with the addition of Jim and Rusty, will do nothing but enhance our ability to introduce our ground breaking technology to new customers in North America, which will by its very nature increase revenues and, thereby, increase value for CUI Global and its Shareholders," Clough concluded.

Fred "Rusty" Darsey, North American Sales Director, said, "locating the facility in Houston, America's 'energy capital,' will allow us to bring these revolutionary technologies immediately to the attention of some of the largest energy producers in North America and, by making and assembling the products in the US, sales into the United States market will be that much easier to support."

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