Bourque Industries Announces Broker Agreement with Bourque Industries West, LLC
Tucson Arizona February 20, 2013
Bourque Industries is pleased to announce our first Broker Agreement with Bourque Industries West, LLC (BIW).
BIW, located in Delaware, is a newly formed, eminently professional and independent marketing extension of Bourque Industries, Inc. BIW is actively engaged in outreach on behalf of Bourque Industries to the many untapped national and international industrial markets, promoting Bourque’s revolutionary metal-alloying process, Kryron ™ and its products actively.
BIW’s highly motivated personnel will leverage their diverse resources, knowledge, skills, expertise and service-oriented philosophy to successfully broker mutually beneficial business relationships for Bourque Industries. BWI will further develop Bourque Industries marketing of its Terminator line of ballistic body armor and vehicle up-armoring for law enforcement and the U.S. Armed Forces. BWI also has professional members of its team that will take the Kryron paints and coatings products to the current industries. This will also include the Kryron plasma coatings and applications.
Port of Seattle places it’s 3rd order with Bourque Industries
08/07/12-Bork Industries have been given a purchase order for its 3rd order of Kryron Terminator Armor. After extensive testing by their elite Swat Team, they are very pleased to announce that they will be wearing the new comfortable, lightweight, multi-curve system by Bourque Industries.Learn More
Bourque Industries, Inc. Announces Management Change/May 23, 2013
Tucson, AZ May 23, 2013 — Bourque Industries (Pink Sheets: BORK), a development stage Company exploring and developing metal alloys and related product applications using a patented metal-alloying process called Kryron, announced today that Sean Floyd, interim CEO, resigned his position from the company.
The Board of Directors has been, and will continue to operate as an active group in managing the company for the near term. Specifically the board will focus the company interests in three areas; immediately identifying and recruiting key executive leadership; identifying scientific personnel that will knowledgeably test and communicate the special properties of Kryron, the company’s primary asset; and secure capitalization that will help underwrite the Company’s ongoing business plan.
Bourque Industries is honored that these men have chosen to wear our armor, with their lives on the line and their families in mind
Nov, 13, 2012
American gold miners George Wright and Scott Lomu put everything on the line – their lives included- to hit pay dirt in the gold-rich and danger-filled jungles of Ghana. They have. borrowed anything they could to succeed after losing it all in the 2008 real estate crash. After securing a $150,000 from an investor to find gold to pay back this loan and other debts. Against stacked odds, their stakes have never been higher.
Armed neighbors, illegal miners, and escaping with the precious metal (and their lives) are among their biggest challenges.
George Wright comments, “We realize that there is a life and death danger, we have found with our research, wearing Terminator Armor gives us the best chance of coming home to our family when we are in harm’s way.” Scott Lomu states: “ We are wearing Bourque’s Terminator Armor because we are miles from nowhere, we chose the only armor that can take multiple impacts without having to replace them in a life threateing situation. “
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Ultra Armoring/Bourque Industries Press Release!
July 31, 2012 – Ultra Armoring, LLC of Shelby, NC is a current contract award winner for the USSOCOM NSCV (Non Standard Commercial Vehicle) initiative.
Kryron has shown dramatic improvements in true multi hit capabilities for larger threat testing over current ceramic and other composite solutions. “We (Ultra Armoring) have been in test validation at our private range to better understand how we can apply Kryron to existing fleets and future vehicle programs. Being able to cut, form and weld a material like this makes for very interesting discussions as this is a real departure from current armoring trends,” says VP of Research and Development Don Whitmire.Learn More