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From: missionir (Rep: 0)Date: 12/08/2016 16:03
Forum: MissionIR Small-Caps - Msg #1808 - List NWMH msgs Thread #673890975 (Rec: 0)
National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (NWMH) Featured in NetworkNewsWire Exclusive Audio Interview

Before the opening bell, NetworkNewsWire (NNW), a multifaceted financial news and publishing company that delivers a new generation of social communication solutions for business, announced the online availability of an exclusive interview with National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH).

NNW’s communications solutions include social communications, news aggregation and syndication as well as enhanced news release services designed to introduce private and public companies to a wide range of audiences. Leveraging a network of more than 5,000 key distribution outlets, NNW gives its clients a voice – be it through audio interview, video production or other tailored means – to better communicate with the investment community.

National Waste CEO Louis “Tiny” Paveglio and CFO Dali Kranzthor capitalized on the platform provided by NNW by speaking toward National Waste’s rapidly growing presence in the East Coast solid waste management industry, which is being spurred on by an aggressive, acquisition-based business model.

The full interview can be heard by visiting http://nnw.fm/nwmh-interview-dec-2016

“Our goal is to do one acquisition a quarter, and we are going to meet that goal,” Paveglio told host Stuart Smith in the interview. “We plan on finishing one up here in the fourth quarter and in 2017 we already have a couple acquisitions that we are doing due diligence on and we intend to roll those in on the first two quarters of 2017.”

CFO Dali Kranzthor echoed this sentiment by highlighting some of the advantages presented by two key acquisitions the company completed in 2015. He also reflected on National Waste’s current corporate goal of becoming vertically integrated.

“We had two key acquisitions that occurred at the end of 2015; two that we did in rapid succession … each one of those almost doubled the company and it also gave us a giant geographic footprint in upstate New York,” Kranzthor added. “The other goal here is to become completely vertically integrated. The highest profitability and the highest margins are when you can take the garbage collection all the way cradle to grave. Very few players in this market have the ability to vertically integrate and have the funds and infrastructure … Only the biggest and the best have the ability to pull that off and so we’re emulating that with our current acquisitions.”

Looking toward 2017, the National Waste executives spoke to the importance of maintaining and broadening relationships with financiers in order to fund acquisitions while continuing to relay the company’s corporate message to investors.

“The exciting thing is that this industry of waste management has a lot of eyes on it and we’ve seen … some amazing acquisitions at the very top level,” concluded Kranzthor. “As a leading company in this space we see that we’re going to basically stumble upon many more opportunities … It’s a very exciting industry and I think over the next couple of years we’re going to see a lot of highlights in this area and a lot more people are going to see us high on the radar.”

National Waste is a growing solid waste management company serving Florida’s west coast and upstate New York with comprehensive solutions for full waste diversion. The company’s current operations center on its 54-acre landfill facility located in Hernando, Florida, which handles average disposals of roughly 240,000 cubic yards of construction debris each year and is already permitted for future expansion. National Waste also offers ancillary services, such as roll-off dumpster services, recycling and retail mulching services.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com

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