ABOUT RE-LOGISTICS

Re-Logistics is a woman-owned Asset Management and Investment Recovery Company founded in 1994 by Jean S. Gross. Re-Logistics manages programs to maximize asset utilization for a diverse compliment of owners. Our core experience is in the Manufacturing, Government and Healthcare sectors. Re-Logistics' industry competencies include energy, healthcare, electronics, chemicals, and agricultural and industrial equipment. Our team includes a broad network of professionals, each contributing the functional and industrial sector expertise to serve our clients superbly and cost-effectively. (The Re-Logistics Team.)

We also endorse and work to support the PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMIC VALUE ADDED or EVA®, a Management Governance System created decades ago by one of the elite international Financial Management Consulting companies, Stern Stewart and Company, and practiced by many leading multinational companies. These companies are committed to the belief that effective management of capital is the true economic metric, i.e., ultimately, business value and success is determined by how well capital is managed. Companies with effective systems to Identify and Manage LAZY ASSETS® will significantly improve their EVA®. Recently, many not-for-profit organizations have come to understand that EVA® principles apply to them as well.

The leading companies continually strive to --and succeed-- in delivering excellent, cost-effective products and services to their clients, and we are proud to be among the more highly regarded service companies. Our vision goes beyond outstanding service: We are committed not only to staying on the cutting edge of our technology and craft, but also, when the opportunity presents itself, to help spread the latest and best management paradigms to significantly improve our clients' business/mission and indeed to improve the world in which we live.

We believe that well-practiced Asset Management and Investment Recovery create truly "WIN-WIN-WIN" results. When LAZY ASSETS® are "discovered" and are transferred at fair value to those who truly need them, three good things happen:

     1)     VALUE INCREASES. Owners eliminate under-performing capital, and thereby
             accrue a significant savings for the benefit of all stakeholders.  (If this were
             the only benefit, then the activity would, in and of itself, make good
             business sense.)
     2)     ECONOMIC ACTIVITY IS STIMULATED. When needy new owners who might
             otherwise not be able to afford to buy "new" are found, economic activity
             can be stimulated, both domestically and internationally.
     3)     THE ENVIRONMENT IS SERVED.  By finding the best re-use for assets, wastes
             are eliminated and a host of environmental benefits embodied in the principles
             of Total Life-Cycle Management are promoted.

In sum: The Original Owner Wins! The New Owner Wins! The Environment Wins!