PINE BROOK, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / July 24, 2019 / Bantek, Inc. (OTC PINK: BANT) (“Bantek” or the “Company”), today announced that its Drone USA division has been awarded contracts to supply drones and training to Police Departments, EMS and a school district or learning purposes.
Michael Bannon, Bantek’s Chief Executive Officer, commented: “Over the past few weeks we secured contracts to supply police departments with drones with heat seeking capabilities, an EMS department that needed a drone for search and rescue and a school system that purchased drones for student learning. In addition, we hired a sales and estimating manager located at our Howco Distributing office in Vancouver, Washington. From an organizational standpoint, we are centralizing our sales and estimating, procurement and distribution of drones and related accessories and running it solely out of our Washington location. We intend to grow Drone USA via website optimization, securing drone state contracts and slowly hiring regional sales reps throughout the country to directly target police, fire and private security companies. In our Fiscal 2019 10-K, we intend to segment our Drone USA business and report it as a separate division for accounting purposes.”
A division of Bantek, Inc. provides drone programs which consist of drones, drone accessories, drone services and drone training and consulting to police, fire, municipalities, U.S. government and private security companies.
About Bantek, Inc, Inc.
Bantek, Inc. (OTC: BANT), headquartered in Pine Brook, NJ., consists of three separate businesses. First, through Howco Distributing Co., we sell products primarily to U.S. Department of Defense. Second, through Drone USA we sell drone programs, which consists of drones, training, COA’s and waivers and other drone-related services, to law enforcement, firefighters, security companies, local, state and our US government. Third, through our newly formed Bantek Construction LLC, we provide general contracting services throughout the tri-state area.
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