LAS VEGAS, NV–(Marketwired – Feb 28, 2014) – National Automation Services, Inc. (OTCQB: NASV), announced today it has executed its first acquisition.
On Monday February 24th, 2014, NAS completed the purchase of JD Field Services and its subsidiary have over 100 employees with a three year historical average of sales in excess of $24,000,000 and estimated $19,000,000 in assets. They are a mid-sized service provider (providing services such as Roustabout, water services, rig haul, and trucking services) to the oil and gas industry operating in the Rocky Mountain region and North Dakota shale play region. An 8-K was filed with the SEC on Tuesday February 25, 2014 with all details relating to the purchase agreement.
In a statement by Jeremy Briggs, CFO for NAS: “JD Field Services, our first acquisition of many planned, has been the product of NAS’s restructuring which began in early 2012. The road getting to this point has been long, but we have finally arrived at our first destination which is JD. JD will continue to deliver quality service to their clients while NAS will simply be the Parent Company focused on helping JD make strategic acquisitions that will allow them to increase services to their clients. We are very excited about the synergies between the two Companies and look forward to working closely with them in the future.”
National Automation Services, Inc., headquartered in Nevada is a public holding Company. Visit www.NASV.biz for further information.
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