CHICO, Calif. - AmeraMex International, Inc. (OTC: AMMX), a provider of heavy equipment for logistics companies, infrastructure construction, forestry conservation and tactical military vehicles, announced that it received orders totaling $525,000 during the final week of 2018. The equipment was in inventory and delivered before the end of the year allowing customers to receive a 100 percent tax write-off for the cost of the equipment.

The orders were for four ASV Track Loaders using a unique and patented rubber track undercarriage technology which provides exceptional traction on soft, wet, slippery, rough and hilly terrain. The equipment was purchased by contractors for use in the clean-up of the Paradise, CA Campfire that destroyed 13,000 homes and structures. The additional equipment consisted of a Genie Man Lift machine for a railroad in Northern California and two utility trucks for a local almond processing company.

According to AmeraMex CEO Lee Hamre, “The final main chassis for the large $2.5 million South American order that has been shipping over the past several weeks, left Chico, CA January 2, 2019, for Houston. That is the last of 14 truckloads of machine parts to complete the order.”