Transfer Technology International Corporation (TTIN) jumps on revenue report

Posted on: Tuesday, May 24th, 2011
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Transfer Technology International Corporation (OTCBB: TTIN) nearly doubled in share price Tuesday morning to seven-10ths of a cent, on volume of 1.1 million, upon word of record May revenue for one of its subsidiaries.

The company, based out of Wesley Chapel, Florida announced today its wholly-owned subsidiary, X-Terminate Inc., a full-service pest control division, will hit record sales volumes for the month of May in year-to-year comparison.

CEO Chris Trina commented, “We will hit a record May in sales for X-Terminate Inc…, and things look extremely bright in year to year comparisons going forward and we expect to exceed last year pest control revenues by at least 30-50%. We have a gem of a company with excellent branding, website presence, SEO marketing strategies, well accepted eco-friendly products and services and excellent technicians.”

Transfer Technology International Corp. acquires, procures and/or funds research, intellectual property and technologies for commercial transfer to world-class business partners. The company intends to generate revenue from transfer fees, licensing and strategic alliance fees and from the sale of intellectual properties.

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