Wednesday, October 6, 2004
FireSafetyResearch.com features an exclusive audio interview with the CEO of a fire-resistant building materials company as part of Fire Prevention Week.
Mike Huddy, CEO of International Barrier Technology (IBTGF: OTCBB; IBH: TSXV), Discusses Blazeguard®
Point Roberts, Wash., Oct 06 2004 - www.HomebuilderStocks.com and www.FireSafetyResearch.com feature an exclusive audio interview with CEO Mike Huddy of International Barrier Technology Inc. (IBTGF: OTCBB; IBH: TSXV), a company in the fire resistant building materials sector. The interview gives listeners a perspective on the company's history, product development, product attributes and expansion plans.
Click here to listen to the audio interview : International Barrier recently reported sales volume for the period of July - August, 2004 of 800,700 sq.ft., a 175% increase over the same period the previous year! Sales revenue was $682,700 (US), a $431,500 gain from lasts summer's total.
International Barrier Technology Inc. ("Barrier") (IBTGF: OTCBB; IBH: TSXV) develops, manufactures, and markets proprietary fire resistant building materials. Its patented, non-combustible, non-toxic Pyrotite formulation has an extraordinary capability: it releases water when exposed to the heat of fire. Barrier's award-winning Blazeguard® wood panels exceeded International Building Code requirements in every targeted fire test and application, and uniquely combine properties that increase panel strength and minimize environmental and human impact. www.intlbarrier.com
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