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Industrial Nanotech Y-O-Y revenue growth rate climbs to 255%
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Apr '08
Industrial Nanotech Inc, an emerging global leader in nanotechnology, reported that revenues from product sales in the first quarter of 2008 increased approximately 255% over the first quarter of 2007.

The average annual year over year total revenue growth rate for the Company for the past three years is 162% per year.

Q1 2008 revenue numbers include the revenue from only the first container of the ten container, $1,070,000.00 US order announced on 3/11/2008 and being shipped to the textile plant in Turkey over ten months at a rate of one container per month.

The first container was shipped in March 2008. An increase in the volume of individual sales to homeowners and business/factory owners, both in the US and in Europe, and a container shipment to the Company's exclusive distributor in Italy also contributed to the increase.

"We are fortunate to be experiencing the significant increase in revenue growth rate that the Company has been able to achieve in a difficult economic climate," said Stuart Burchill, CEO/CTO of Industrial Nanotech Inc.

"We have executed a marketing plan for our Nansulate products that has a particularly strong impact in today's energy conscious world. We continue to hear positive reports from the loyal customer base of both industrial and residential customers regarding our products. Consumers recognize our flagship line, NANSULATE, as the premium solution for saving energy, thermal insulation, corrosionresistance, mold prevention, and lead encapsulation."

Mr. Burchill continued, "With the success of our current Nansulate line, and the products we have coming to market, we are well positioned as a leader in nanotechnology and green technology for years to come."

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