Cantronic Extends Presence in U.S.

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA /Marketwire/ -- Cantronic Systems Inc. announced that it has expanded its presence in the U.S. by entering into seven agreements with top-tier manufacturer's representatives. This is consistent with the company's growth strategy of expanding its geographic reach and product availability in North American markets. The U.S. represents a $13 billion market opportunity for Cantronic's products. Following the signing of these agreements, the company will have a strong footprint to sell its products across the U.S., with representation from AVU Limited, Centric Technical Sales Inc., InTeleMed Marketing Inc., KBR Marketing, NVS Northwest Video & Security LLC, R.F. Mayo Associates, and Rockie Reps Inc. The growth strategy enables Cantronic to introduce its new and innovative products to the international markets through the strength of its partnership with the top-tier manufacturer's representative network.

"These agreements are important to Cantronic's growth strategy; it lays the foundation to expand the company's core business in North America through partnerships with well established professional distribution organizations," said James Zahn President and CEO at Cantronic. "By partnering with high-caliber manufacturer's representatives, we can be assured that our award-winning infrared vision and video surveillance products will reach the leading security integrators in the industry."

Cantronic plans to continue to expand its core business in North America and Europe through focused product development and expanding sales and distribution channels while accelerating its growth strategy in Asia through acquisitions.

About Cantronic
Cantronic Systems Inc. manufactures, distributes, and provides training and services in the fields of infrared vision and video security surveillance technologies, specializing in passive and active infrared cameras, infrared illuminators, low-light infrared sensitive CCD cameras, and long-range night vision surveillance systems for demanding homeland security and surveillance applications.

Cantronic, through its U.S. subsidiary, QWIP Technologies Inc., holds a worldwide, exclusive license from the California Institute of Technology to produce and sell infrared detectors and sensors based on Caltech's Quantum Well Infrared Photodetector technology.

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