November 18, 2020; 12:30pm EST
ADFS sets up Disaster Aid Training and Other Services for the Gulf of Mexico and across the Caribbean
The CEO of American Defense Systems Inc. (OTC:ADFS), Gary Sidorsky, reported today that the company is gearing up to launch operations in the disaster prone areas of the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean. ADFS will release additional information on the value of the investments, the respective commercial mortgages, and cashflow projections after the engineering inspections, environmental assessments, and value appraisals of the targeted real estate investments, but so far they have been able to set operational guidelines.
The projects are set to include: leasing pre-existing warehouses for administrative offices, storage, training, and engineering, with a current budget between $28,000 to $56,000 per annum; purchasing approximately 600 acres of farmland for the development of ‘food security facilities’ and ‘continuity of government’ services, for an undisclosed sum, using commercial mortgages; purchasing residential developments sufficient to accommodate up to 75 ‘disaster resistant safe houses’ for ‘continuity of government’ services, for an undisclosed sum, using a commercial mortgage; and leasing and renovating pre-existing maritime facilities for the provision of ‘disaster aid’ and ‘maritime support’ services, under leases with 25 to 50 year terms, with annual rents projected to escalate from $12,000 to $100,000 per annum, and a renovation budget currently projected not to exceed $7 million.
As the company continues to update reporting and regularization with the OTC and SEC, the Treasurer, Osita Iroku says that, “ADFS is committed to complete the launching of four operational divisions. These would include: Crisis & Disaster Prep, to provide training, supplies, facilities, and shelter for law enforcement, healthcare, search and rescue, and government continuity; Strategic Investments, to invest and partner with other firms that have the products and services needed for market penetration and service delivery; Real Estate Holding, to acquire and develop a real estate portfolio that compliments and supports our market penetration and service delivery strategies; and Maritime Support Services, to provide safe harbor, re-supply, maintenance, and repairs for vessels in disaster prone areas.”
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