SECO USA’s Deck Control Device Successfully Completes On-Ground MQ-25 Remote Control Demonstration

SECO USA DCD

Deck Control Device (DCD)

SECO USA announces the demonstration of a new DCD to be used for controlling the MQ-25 Stingray unmanned aerial refueler on U.S. Navy aircraft carriers.

With the DCD design, SECO USA has demonstrated the value of bringing our cross-industry expertise, working in close collaboration with our Boeing and U.S. Navy partners.”

— Tien Chuang, Chief Operating Officer of SECO USA

ROCKVILLE, MD, UNITED STATES, October 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — SECO USA, Inc., a leading provider of rugged embedded electronic devices and software for mission-critical applications, proudly announces the successful demonstration of a new deck control device (DCD) to be used for controlling the MQ-25TM StingrayTM unmanned aerial refueler on U.S. Navy aircraft carriers.

The MQ-25, designed and developed by Boeing, will be the Navy’s first operational, carrier-based unmanned aircraft. The operator-worn, remote-control DCD was successfully tested earlier this month during a multi-day demonstration featuring Navy and Boeing personnel simulating carrier-based operations at MidAmerica St. Louis Airport in Mascoutah, Ill. The demonstration preceded carrier-based sea trials to take place in the coming months.

Unlike most unmanned vehicle controllers, the DCD includes a number of features and functions specific to aircraft carrier-based vehicles. It consists of multiple assemblies, including a heads-up handheld control grip, an arm-mounted display unit, a waist-worn battery-operated processor unit, and a military-grade radio. SECO USA designed the circuitry, operating system software, packaging, and integrated critical subassemblies. In the process, SECO USA pushed the envelope through an agile process of iterative design to optimize human factors and ergonomics while meeting strict technical requirements such as safety critical redundancy and operation in a harsh electromagnetic environment.

The DCD has a simple, user friendly interface designed to enhance aircraft handling operations by highly trained aircraft carrier personnel, as well as a mobile remote control resulting in a device that is capable of withstanding the complex nature of an aircraft carrier deck. To complete the deck handling system, SECO USA also ruggedized a matching set of air vehicle mounted radios to meet MQ-25 flightworthiness specifications.

“Based on Boeing’s challenging concept and requirements for the DCD, we are excited to deliver a pioneering remote vehicle control solution,” said Tien Chuang, Chief Operating Officer of SECO USA. “With the DCD design, SECO USA has demonstrated the value of bringing our cross-industry expertise, working in close collaboration with our Boeing and U.S. Navy partners. This affirms our history of delivering rugged product, including handheld, battery-operated devices, to the most demanding of applications.”

“Our goal is to ensure we are seamlessly integrating all components of the MQ-25 onto the carrier deck”, Rhiannon Sherrard, director of Training Aircraft and Autonomous Systems for Boeing Global Services. “Seeing the deck control device hardware and software work in concert with the aircraft and the personnel who control it is a major step forward, and we’re looking forward to continued demonstrations.”

SECO USA, Inc. is a US‐based wholly‐owned subsidiary of SECO S.p.A of Arezzo Italy, also known as SECO Group, an Italian company. SECO USA operates as an independent business entity from SECO S.p.A, incorporated in the State of Delaware and operates with an independent Board of Directors. SECO USA designs and manufactures rugged embedded electronic circuitry and devices for mission critical military, medical, and industrial applications, and also offers a complete suite of cloud management software and infrastructure for IoT and embedded artificial intelligence.

MQ-25 and Stingray are trademarks of the Department of the Navy.
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SECO
SECO (IOT.MI), listed on the Italian Stock Exchange (STAR segment), develops and manufactures cutting-edge technological solutions, from miniaturized computers to fully customized integrated systems combining hardware and software. SECO also offers Clea, a proprietary end-to-end IoT-AI analytics software suite, made available on a SaaS basis, that allows clients to gather insightful data from their on-field devices in real time. SECO employs over 500 people worldwide and operates through 3 production plants, 6 R&D hubs and sales offices in 9 countries. With a turnover of more than €75 million as of December 31, 2020, SECO serves more than 200 blue-chip customers which are leaders in their respective fields, including Medical, Industrial Automation, Aerospace & Defense, Fitness, Vending and many other sectors. SECO R&D capabilities are further enhanced by long-lasting strategic partnerships with tech giants and collaborations with universities, research centers, and innovative start-ups. Corporate social responsibility is part of the strategy of SECO, that undertakes several actions to reduce its environmental footprint and increase its impact on its people and local communities.

For more information: http://www.seco.com/

Marco Parisi, Head of Investor Relations
SECO
+39 0575 26979
investor.relations@seco.com


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SECO USA’s Deck Control Device Successfully Completes On-Ground MQ-25 Remote Control Demonstration

SECO USA DCD

Deck Control Device (DCD)

SECO USA announces the demonstration of a new DCD to be used for controlling the MQ-25 Stingray unmanned aerial refueler on U.S. Navy aircraft carriers.

With the DCD design, SECO USA has demonstrated the value of bringing our cross-industry expertise, working in close collaboration with our Boeing and U.S. Navy partners.”

— Tien Chuang, Chief Operating Officer of SECO USA

ROCKVILLE, MD, UNITED STATES, October 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — SECO USA, Inc., a leading provider of rugged embedded electronic devices and software for mission-critical applications, proudly announces the successful demonstration of a new deck control device (DCD) to be used for controlling the MQ-25TM StingrayTM unmanned aerial refueler on U.S. Navy aircraft carriers.

The MQ-25, designed and developed by Boeing, will be the Navy’s first operational, carrier-based unmanned aircraft. The operator-worn, remote-control DCD was successfully tested earlier this month during a multi-day demonstration featuring Navy and Boeing personnel simulating carrier-based operations at MidAmerica St. Louis Airport in Mascoutah, Ill. The demonstration preceded carrier-based sea trials to take place in the coming months.

Unlike most unmanned vehicle controllers, the DCD includes a number of features and functions specific to aircraft carrier-based vehicles. It consists of multiple assemblies, including a heads-up handheld control grip, an arm-mounted display unit, a waist-worn battery-operated processor unit, and a military-grade radio. SECO USA designed the circuitry, operating system software, packaging, and integrated critical subassemblies. In the process, SECO USA pushed the envelope through an agile process of iterative design to optimize human factors and ergonomics while meeting strict technical requirements such as safety critical redundancy and operation in a harsh electromagnetic environment.

The DCD has a simple, user friendly interface designed to enhance aircraft handling operations by highly trained aircraft carrier personnel, as well as a mobile remote control resulting in a device that is capable of withstanding the complex nature of an aircraft carrier deck. To complete the deck handling system, SECO USA also ruggedized a matching set of air vehicle mounted radios to meet MQ-25 flightworthiness specifications.

“Based on Boeing’s challenging concept and requirements for the DCD, we are excited to deliver a pioneering remote vehicle control solution,” said Tien Chuang, Chief Operating Officer of SECO USA. “With the DCD design, SECO USA has demonstrated the value of bringing our cross-industry expertise, working in close collaboration with our Boeing and U.S. Navy partners. This affirms our history of delivering rugged product, including handheld, battery-operated devices, to the most demanding of applications.”

“Our goal is to ensure we are seamlessly integrating all components of the MQ-25 onto the carrier deck”, Rhiannon Sherrard, director of Training Aircraft and Autonomous Systems for Boeing Global Services. “Seeing the deck control device hardware and software work in concert with the aircraft and the personnel who control it is a major step forward, and we’re looking forward to continued demonstrations.”

SECO USA, Inc. is a US‐based wholly‐owned subsidiary of SECO S.p.A of Arezzo Italy, also known as SECO Group, an Italian company. SECO USA operates as an independent business entity from SECO S.p.A, incorporated in the State of Delaware and operates with an independent Board of Directors. SECO USA designs and manufactures rugged embedded electronic circuitry and devices for mission critical military, medical, and industrial applications, and also offers a complete suite of cloud management software and infrastructure for IoT and embedded artificial intelligence.

MQ-25 and Stingray are trademarks of the Department of the Navy.
NAVAIR Public Release 2021-765, Distribution Statement A – Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.


SECO
SECO (IOT.MI), listed on the Italian Stock Exchange (STAR segment), develops and manufactures cutting-edge technological solutions, from miniaturized computers to fully customized integrated systems combining hardware and software. SECO also offers Clea, a proprietary end-to-end IoT-AI analytics software suite, made available on a SaaS basis, that allows clients to gather insightful data from their on-field devices in real time. SECO employs over 500 people worldwide and operates through 3 production plants, 6 R&D hubs and sales offices in 9 countries. With a turnover of more than €75 million as of December 31, 2020, SECO serves more than 200 blue-chip customers which are leaders in their respective fields, including Medical, Industrial Automation, Aerospace & Defense, Fitness, Vending and many other sectors. SECO R&D capabilities are further enhanced by long-lasting strategic partnerships with tech giants and collaborations with universities, research centers, and innovative start-ups. Corporate social responsibility is part of the strategy of SECO, that undertakes several actions to reduce its environmental footprint and increase its impact on its people and local communities.

For more information: http://www.seco.com/

Marco Parisi, Head of Investor Relations
SECO
+39 0575 26979
investor.relations@seco.com


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Primeview Collaborates with Omnirax Furniture to Create the Ultimate Hybrid LED Wall Experience

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, US, October 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Development of a virtual meeting system aimed at overcoming the limitations of traditional video conferencing platforms in worker training and other collaborative endeavors marks a significant advance toward integrating in-person and remote business operations.

Primeview Global, a leading developer of enterprise display technology, in collaboration with Omnirax Furniture Company, supplier of custom furniture for offices, broadcast studios and other environments, today unveiled the Training Center of the Future in conjunction with the opening of Prime View’s South Florida Experience Center. The Training Center LED solution combines compellingly aggregated displays of meeting participants and relevant video,
graphics and other material with a multi-person work surface and seating arrangement that allows remote and office-based participants to experience interpersonal interactions without the degrees of separation that typically characterize hybrid work scenarios.

Utilization of virtual meeting spaces was well underway before the Coronavirus hit in 2019, but now the race is on for companies to demonstrate they can do a superior job of addressing worker demand for satisfying hybrid work experiences. After a transformative transition from in-person work in a traditional office setting to nearly every non-essential office professional working remotely, organizations are now facing a new challenge – striking the right balance between meeting the needs of their workforce’s desire to continue the experience of virtual work flexibility, while not losing the creativity stimulated by spontaneous “water-cooler” collaborations their team members have been missing since the start of the pandemic.

Large corporations such as Citigroup, TIAA, Target, and Ford Motor Company have announced plans to establish long-term hybrid work models based on studies that indicate that more than half of the global work force would quit their jobs if they were to be deprived of their current flexibility post pandemic. According to a Wall Street Journal assessment of research reports on the hybrid work phenomenon, “As much as a quarter of the 160-million-strong U.S. labor force is expected to stay fully remote in the long term, and many more are likely to work remotely a significant part of the time.”

Omnirax Furniture Company is well-suited to be a part of this movement. The supply of aesthetically pleasing, user-friendly furniture in the spaces where humans and technology meet has been a hallmark of the company’s products from its beginnings as a producer of ergonomic, creativity-inspiring furnishings for professional and home recording studios and in its subsequent roles as the premier provider of custom broadcast furniture for radio stations and a game-changing portfolio of office furniture.

“I was thrilled that Primeview reached out to collaborate with us on this initiative,” said, Philip Zittell, CEO of Omnirax Furniture Company. “When Chanan called to say they were opening their South Florida Experience Center and asked us to work with them on a design to go with their incredible Training Center of the Future, we didn’t hesitate. It has been a joy to work with the Primeview team, and we look forward to being a part of the solution for so many businesses who are scrambling to make this new paradigm work for the benefit of their workforces and bottom lines.” “As we complete our final preparations for Infocomm 2021, we felt compelled to announce this new bundled solution of LED and furniture. Our strategic partnership with Omnirax will accelerate our digital workplace innovations and video-wall solutions for hybrid workforce transformations.” – Chanan Averbuch, EVP of Primeview Americas.

In Orlando, Primeview will be showcasing the newest version of all-in-one solution known as FusionMAX which originally debuted in 2018 at booth#701. In the coming weeks, a network of exclusive and authorized resellers of these solutions will be announced.

About Omnirax:
Founded in 1974, California based Omnirax began with a specialty in broadcast and video production consoles including command centers, network operation centers and process control rooms. We continue that commitment today with expertise in all types of control room technical furniture including broadcast consoles, process control facilities, utilities, public safety, government, transportation, dispatch, IT, and more. For more information, please visit us at www.omnirax.com or socialize with us on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

About Primeview
Primeview is a privately held global manufacturing company that was launched in 1997 specializing in advanced display solutions, with a focus on the industrial market. Primeview manufactures on the most advanced ISO-certified production lines, maintaining high quality control standards to build products for the most demanding markets. Primeview offers a true “one-stop shop” for display solutions, including digital signage, video conferencing systems, high-brightness displays, touchscreens, kiosks, weatherproof monitors, and specialty. The company’s solutions can be found in board rooms, museums, casinos, retail stores, hotels, and properties around the globe: ESPN studios, GE Healthcare, Microsoft, Fox Studios, NASA, Ernst & Young, American Express, US Navy, Chevron, Lexus, Sprint, CitiGroup, Bank of America, IDF, NYU, NBC Broadcast Studios, Weather Channel and Disney Theme Parks. For more info, please visit us at www.primeviewglobal.com or socialize with us on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Mike Green
Primeview USA
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Primeview Collaborates with Omnirax Furniture to Create the Ultimate Hybrid LED Wall Experience

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, US, October 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Development of a virtual meeting system aimed at overcoming the limitations of traditional video conferencing platforms in worker training and other collaborative endeavors marks a significant advance toward integrating in-person and remote business operations.

Primeview Global, a leading developer of enterprise display technology, in collaboration with Omnirax Furniture Company, supplier of custom furniture for offices, broadcast studios and other environments, today unveiled the Training Center of the Future in conjunction with the opening of Prime View’s South Florida Experience Center. The Training Center LED solution combines compellingly aggregated displays of meeting participants and relevant video,
graphics and other material with a multi-person work surface and seating arrangement that allows remote and office-based participants to experience interpersonal interactions without the degrees of separation that typically characterize hybrid work scenarios.

Utilization of virtual meeting spaces was well underway before the Coronavirus hit in 2019, but now the race is on for companies to demonstrate they can do a superior job of addressing worker demand for satisfying hybrid work experiences. After a transformative transition from in-person work in a traditional office setting to nearly every non-essential office professional working remotely, organizations are now facing a new challenge – striking the right balance between meeting the needs of their workforce’s desire to continue the experience of virtual work flexibility, while not losing the creativity stimulated by spontaneous “water-cooler” collaborations their team members have been missing since the start of the pandemic.

Large corporations such as Citigroup, TIAA, Target, and Ford Motor Company have announced plans to establish long-term hybrid work models based on studies that indicate that more than half of the global work force would quit their jobs if they were to be deprived of their current flexibility post pandemic. According to a Wall Street Journal assessment of research reports on the hybrid work phenomenon, “As much as a quarter of the 160-million-strong U.S. labor force is expected to stay fully remote in the long term, and many more are likely to work remotely a significant part of the time.”

Omnirax Furniture Company is well-suited to be a part of this movement. The supply of aesthetically pleasing, user-friendly furniture in the spaces where humans and technology meet has been a hallmark of the company’s products from its beginnings as a producer of ergonomic, creativity-inspiring furnishings for professional and home recording studios and in its subsequent roles as the premier provider of custom broadcast furniture for radio stations and a game-changing portfolio of office furniture.

“I was thrilled that Primeview reached out to collaborate with us on this initiative,” said, Philip Zittell, CEO of Omnirax Furniture Company. “When Chanan called to say they were opening their South Florida Experience Center and asked us to work with them on a design to go with their incredible Training Center of the Future, we didn’t hesitate. It has been a joy to work with the Primeview team, and we look forward to being a part of the solution for so many businesses who are scrambling to make this new paradigm work for the benefit of their workforces and bottom lines.” “As we complete our final preparations for Infocomm 2021, we felt compelled to announce this new bundled solution of LED and furniture. Our strategic partnership with Omnirax will accelerate our digital workplace innovations and video-wall solutions for hybrid workforce transformations.” – Chanan Averbuch, EVP of Primeview Americas.

In Orlando, Primeview will be showcasing the newest version of all-in-one solution known as FusionMAX which originally debuted in 2018 at booth#701. In the coming weeks, a network of exclusive and authorized resellers of these solutions will be announced.

About Omnirax:
Founded in 1974, California based Omnirax began with a specialty in broadcast and video production consoles including command centers, network operation centers and process control rooms. We continue that commitment today with expertise in all types of control room technical furniture including broadcast consoles, process control facilities, utilities, public safety, government, transportation, dispatch, IT, and more. For more information, please visit us at www.omnirax.com or socialize with us on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

About Primeview
Primeview is a privately held global manufacturing company that was launched in 1997 specializing in advanced display solutions, with a focus on the industrial market. Primeview manufactures on the most advanced ISO-certified production lines, maintaining high quality control standards to build products for the most demanding markets. Primeview offers a true “one-stop shop” for display solutions, including digital signage, video conferencing systems, high-brightness displays, touchscreens, kiosks, weatherproof monitors, and specialty. The company’s solutions can be found in board rooms, museums, casinos, retail stores, hotels, and properties around the globe: ESPN studios, GE Healthcare, Microsoft, Fox Studios, NASA, Ernst & Young, American Express, US Navy, Chevron, Lexus, Sprint, CitiGroup, Bank of America, IDF, NYU, NBC Broadcast Studios, Weather Channel and Disney Theme Parks. For more info, please visit us at www.primeviewglobal.com or socialize with us on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Mike Green
Primeview USA
+1 212-730-4905
email us here
Visit us on social media:
Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn


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CIS Mobile Launches Mobile Integration Center in Northern Virginia Headquarters

The CIS Mobile Integration Center located at CIS Mobile headquarters.

The CIS Mobile Integration Center.

Company Partners with Multiple Tech Providers to Secure Mobile Devices In, Around Federal Facilities

ASHBURN, VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES, October 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — CIS Mobile, a leading mobile security platform provider, today announced the launch of the CIS Mobile Integration Center (CMIC), a facility designed to integrate, demonstrate, test, and discover solutions to mobile security threats in and around secure government buildings and locations.

“The use of smartphones has largely been banned in government facilities to prevent the exfiltration of sensitive data, but unfortunately, this approach denies users the broad productivity and communication benefits of these devices,” says Bill Anderson, President, CIS Mobile. “Our company is leading a collaborative effort of specialized mobile devices and supporting wireless technologies to enable the secure use of smartphones in and around government facilities. Through our new Integration Center, CIS and our partners will be able to trial and present new technologies and solutions for our government customers.”

Located in CIS Mobile’s headquarters in Ashburn, Virginia, the CMIC leverages the combination of CIS Mobile’s altOS Secure Mobility Platform and technologies from Bastille Networks, Fenix Group, Getac, Glacier Security, Sonim Technologies, and Syniverse Global to showcase a system that enables management, monitoring, and controlled use of authorized mobile devices by staff and visitors in secure government facilities.

One highlight of the center is an innovative solution developed for a major government intelligence customer. The solution combines technologies from CIS Mobile and its partners to enable smartphone use both in and out of sensitive facilities. In practice, altOS phones are placed into a geofenced “Secure Mode” which disables cameras, microphones, cellular, WiFi and Bluetooth capabilities on entry to the facilities. Outside the geofence the phones regain their restricted features.

While only CIS Mobile devices are permitted inside the buildings, Bastille Networks detects and locates any unauthorized wireless devices. Outside their facilities, our customer enjoys global data connectivity with service from our partner Syniverse Global. To ensure those communications are always reliable, private and obfuscated, Glacier Security delivers the highest level of security for all text, voice, and video calls.

Visitors to the CMIC will experience adversarial simulations and real-life case studies to help them recognize the threats and vulnerabilities related to their mobile devices and facilities. Through CIS Mobile’s years of experience in eliminating risks and knowledge of evolving attacks, visitors will gain a complete understanding of those threats and vulnerabilities. From there, they will discover new ways in which the platform can be configured to expel those threats.

To learn more about CIS Mobile or schedule a visit to the CMIC, contact sales@cismobile.com.

About CIS Mobile (www.cismobile.com)
CIS Mobile is a subsidiary of CIS Secure, an industry leader and global provider for designing and manufacturing secure communications and computing solutions for Governments and Enterprises. With headquarters in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, the company operates a state-of-the-art 65,000 square foot NSA certified TEMPEST manufacturing and testing facility. CIS Mobile has a mission to address Government needs for a modern, convenient, and secure mobility platform.

Matthew Pugh
Pugh & Tiller PR
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If Navy Veteran Who Now Has Lung Cancer in Arizona Who Also Had Navy Asbestos Exposure Prior to 1982 Would Please Call Attorney Erik Karst of Karst von Oiste They Might Receive $100,000+ in Compensation

The Advocate is urging a Navy Veteran who has lung cancer in Arizona to call attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste at 800-714-0303 if in the navy he had heavy exposure to asbestos.”

— Arizona US Navy Veterans Lung Cancer Advocate

PHOENIX , ARIZONA , USA, October 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Arizona US Navy Veterans Lung Cancer Advocate is urging a Navy Veteran who has just been diagnosed with lung cancer anywhere in Arizona to please call attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste at 800-714-0303 if in the navy he had heavy to extreme exposure to asbestos. Financial compensation for a person like this might exceed $100,000 and the claim does not involve suing the navy. In addition, it is does matter if the person smoked cigarettes. What does matter is the Navy Veteran can recall some of the specifics of their exposure to asbestos.

According to the Advocate, “If you are a Navy Veteran with recently diagnosed lung cancer in Phoenix, Tucson, Prescott, Gilbert, or anywhere in Arizona and if prior to 1982 you had significant exposure heavy to extreme exposure to asbestos on a navy ship, submarine or at a shipyard please call attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste anytime at 800-714-0303. As mentioned, compensation for a person like this might be significant. The law firm of Karst von Oiste specializes in assisting people who have developed lung cancer after being exposed to asbestos in the navy or at work decades ago. www.karstvonoiste.com/

The US Navy Veterans Lung Cancer Advocate is offering to assist people with asbestos exposure lung cancer in Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Chandler, Glendale, Gilbert, Tempe. Peoria, Prescott or anywhere in Arizona. www.karstvonoiste. com/

Individuals in the state of Arizona could have been exposed to asbestos while working at a power plant, at an industrial facility, at a steel mill, at an automobile manufacturing facility, at a chemical plant, as a plumber, a boiler technician, as an auto repairman, as an electrician, or in the construction industry. In most cases, the exposure to asbestos caused mesothelioma at one of these types of workplaces and the exposure took place in the 1950′s, 1960′s, 1970′s, or 1980′s. Mesothelioma or asbestos exposure lung cancer typically takes three to five decades to appear. https://Arizona. USNavyLungCancer.Com

The US Navy Veterans Lung Cancer Advocate says, “If your husband, dad, coworker or neighbor has just been diagnosed with lung cancer and you know they had significant exposure to asbestos in the navy, at a shipyard or while working at a factory, at power plant, public utility, or as a plumber, electrician welder, mechanic or any kind of skilled trades group in any state please have them call us anytime at 800-714-0303. Most people like this never get compensated-even though the asbestos trust funds were set up for them too. We are trying to change this sad fact.” https:// USNavyLungCancer.Com

According to the American Cancer Society for nonsmokers who have been exposed to asbestos in their workplace the risk of lung cancer is five times that of unexposed workers. https://www.cdc.gov/ cancer/lung/statistics/index. htm.

States with the highest incidence of lung cancer include Kentucky, West Virginia, Maine, Tennessee, Mississippi, Ohio, Indiana, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Alabama, and Delaware. However, there are people with asbestos exposure lung cancer in Arizona. www.karstvonoiste. com/

For more information about asbestos exposure lung cancer and mesothelioma please visit the CDC’s website on these topics: https://www.atsdr.cdc. gov/asbestos/health_effects_ asbestos.html.

Michael Thomas
Arizona US Navy Veterans Lung Cancer Advocate
+1 800-714-0303
email us here


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A US Navy Veteran with Mesothelioma in Tennessee Should Insist on the Best Compensation and The Tennessee Mesothelioma Victims Center Has Endorsed Attorney Erik Karst of Karst von Oiste to Make it Happen

Our top priority is making certain a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma in Tennessee receives the very best possible compensation settlement result.”

— Tennessee Mesothelioma Victims Center

NASHVILLE , TENNESSEE, USA, October 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Tennessee Mesothelioma Victims Center is appealing to a Navy Veteran or person with confirmed mesothelioma in Tennessee to get serious about financial compensation and to call one of the nation’s capable mesothelioma attorneys Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste at 800-714-0303 for a very important conversation about financial compensation and how the process works. As attorney Erik Karst will explain it is vital a person with mesothelioma recall as much of the specifics as possible about how, where and when they were exposed to asbestos. It is this information that will become the basis for a mesothelioma compensation claim involving a person with this rare cancer caused by asbestos exposure. www.karstvonoiste.com/

The group says, “One of our top priorities is making certain a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma in Tennessee receives the very best possible compensation settlement result. Mesothelioma compensation for a Navy Veteran with this care cancer in Tennessee might be in the millions of dollars depending on the specifics of their asbestos exposure in the navy. As attorney Erik Karst of Karst von Oiste is always happy to discuss at 800-714-0303-most Navy Veterans who will develop mesothelioma were exposed to asbestos on a navy ship, submarine or at a shipyard. www.karstvonoiste.com/

Before a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma in Nashville, Memphis, Chattanooga, Knoxville or anywhere in Tennessee hires a lawyer to assist with financial compensation please call attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste please call attorney Erik Karst of Karst von Oiste anytime at 800-714-0303. The call to attorney Erik Karst is no obligation.

The Tennessee Mesothelioma Victims Center wants to emphasize their free services are available statewide in every community in Tennessee, including Memphis, Nashville, Knoxville, Chattanooga, and Clarksville. https:// Tennessee.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

The Tennessee Mesothelioma Victims Center is also focused on making certain a diagnosed victim of mesothelioma has access to the best treatment option facilities in their state. For the best possible treatment options for mesothelioma in Tennessee, the Tennessee Mesothelioma Victims Center strongly encourages diagnosed victims, or their family to consider:

* The Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Nashville: https://www.vicc.org
* Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis: https://www.baptistonline.org/memphis/

High-risk work groups for exposure to asbestos in Tennessee include US Navy Veterans, power plant workers for the TVA, manufacturing or industrial workers, plumbers, electricians, auto mechanics, machinists, miners, or construction workers. Typically, the exposure to asbestos occurred in the 1950’s, 1960’s, 1970’s, or 1980’s. www.karstvonoiste.com/

The states indicated with the highest incidence of mesothelioma include Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Louisiana, Washington, and Oregon. Mesothelioma also happens in Tennessee. www.karstvonoiste.com/

For more information about mesothelioma please refer to the National Institutes of Health’s website related to this rare form of cancer: https://www.cancer.gov/types/mesothelioma.

Michael Thomas
Tennessee Mesothelioma Victims Center
+1 800-714-0303
email us here


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The Advocate Has Endorsed Attorney Erik Karst of Karst von Oiste to Make Certain a Navy Veteran with Mesothelioma in Delaware Receives a Compensation Result That Might be in the Millions

We have endorsed, and we recommend attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste for a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma in Delaware because Erik will deliver the best compensation results.”

— Delaware US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate

WILMINGTON , DELAWARE , USA, October 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Delaware US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate says, “We have endorsed, and we recommend attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste for a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma in Delaware because Erik will deliver the best compensation results for a person like this. Because of the Coronavirus there is a very good chance a Navy Veteran in Delaware was initially diagnosed with this virus as opposed to mesothelioma. The Coronavirus and mesothelioma have very similar symptoms. If this sounds like you husband or dad and he has just received news of a confirmed mesothelioma diagnosis-please call attorney Erik Karst of Karst von Oiste at 800-714-0303 for specifics about your compensation.

“If we had one vital piece of advice for a Navy Veteran with recently diagnosed mesothelioma in Delaware or anywhere in the nation it would be please start writing down the ways you were exposed to asbestos on a navy ship, submarine or at a shipyard where your ship or submarine was being repaired. It is this specific type of information that will become the foundation for your mesothelioma compensation claim as attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste is always more than happy to discuss at 800-714-0303. www.karstvonoiste.com/

The Delaware US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate offers their free services to US Navy Veterans with mesothelioma in Wilmington, Dover, Newark, Middletown, Smyrna, Milford, Seaford or anywhere in Delaware. https://Delaware.USNavyMesothelioma.Com

For the best possible treatment options in Connecticut the Connecticut US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate strongly recommends the following heath care facility with the offer to help a diagnosed Veteran, or their family get to the right physicians at this hospital. Christiana Care: https://christianacare.org/services/cancer/.

About one third of all US citizens diagnosed with mesothelioma each year are Veterans of the US Navy. Before a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma or their family retain the services of a lawyer or law firm, they are urged to call the US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate anytime at 800-714-0303. https:// USNavyMesothelioma.Com

The states with the highest incidence of mesothelioma include Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Louisiana, Washington, and Oregon. www.karstvonoiste.com/

For more information about mesothelioma please refer to the National Institutes of Health’s web site related to this rare form of cancer: https://www.cancer.gov/types/mesothelioma

Michael Thomas
Delaware US Navy
+1 800-714-0303
email us here


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The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Illinois Endorses The Steinberg Law Group as the Best Mesothelioma Law Firm

The asbestos industry knowingly poisoned people for decades.

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The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Illinois Endorses The Steinberg Law Group as the Best Mesothelioma Law Firm – Experience/Resources/Results

SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, USA, October 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Illinois is dedicated to providing the best possible legal and medical assistance to those stricken with mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer. Anyone wishing to discuss their legal and/or medical options should call (888) 891-2200 to speak directly with an attorney from The Steinberg Law Group.

The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Illinois has endorsed The Steinberg Law Group because of their vast experience in handling mesothelioma and other asbestos-related cases. With offices in New York, California and Texas, The Steinberg Law Group has a national footprint that helps win the best possible financial compensation for clients.

Typically, asbestos exposure will have occurred sometime between the 1950s and the 1980s. Some of the most prevalent professions that encountered large quantities of asbestos include power plant workers, maritime workers, industrial workers, plumbers, pipefitters, electricians, mechanics, machinists, miners, railroad workers and construction workers, to name a few. Since the latency period for mesothelioma patients is approximately 40 years, most people diagnosed with mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer in 2021 were exposed decades ago.

Although Illinois has no known naturally occurring asbestos deposits, residents of the state must be weary of the many industries throughout the state that relied heavily on asbestos such as the power generating, manufacturing and oil refining industries. Illinois’ abundance of industries helps explain why the over 350,000 tons of asbestos-contaminated vermiculite from the notorious mine in Libby, Montana were shipped into the state during the twentieth century.

Jobsites and locations with known asbestos exposure in Illinois include, but are not limited to, Illinois Beach State Park, Baldwin Power Plant, Crawford Generating Station, Dresden Generating Station, Emerson Electric Facility, Fisk Generating Station, Zion Nuclear Power Station, Powerton Powerhouse, Chicago Nuclear Powerhouse, Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant, Dixie Square Mall, Magnolia School, Newman School, Milton School, Thebes School, Cairo/Lincoln School, Alton Memorial Hospital, Alton Powerhouse, Alton State Hospital, Gilson Brown School, Godfrey School, Humboldt School, Mark Twain School, North Middle School, Principia College, Anna State Hospital, Copley Memorial Hospital, Great Lakes Forge, Madonna High School, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Bartonville Grade School, Belleville Area College, Belleville East High School, Excelsior Foundry, Our Lady Queen of Peace School, Saint Clair County Courthouse, Saint Elizabeth Hospital, Highland Hospital, National Gray Iron Foundry, Franklin Hospital, Illinois State University, Illinois Wesleyan University, Blue Island Forging, Southern Illinois University, Centralia Powerhouse, Herman M. Adler Clinic, University of Illinois, Advocate Sherman Hospital, Air Force High School, Argonne National Laboratory, Chicago National History Museum, Chicago O’Hare International Airport, Chicago Wesley Memorial Hospital, North Park College, Edgewater Hospital, New Chicago Trade School, Mundelein College, Michael Reese Hospital, Loyola University, Kincaid Power Station, Inland Steel Powerhouse, Illinois Institute of Technology and George Williams College.

Known companies with asbestos exposure in Illinois include, but are not limited to, A.E. Staley Manufacturing Company, Dearborn Rubber Corporation, Freeman Coal Company, Kautt & Bux Manufacturing, LTV Steel, Mobil, Pneumo Abex Corporation, Amoco, Shell, Standard, Johns-Manville Corporation, Grundy Industries, Inc., Eureka Company, CITGO, Kentile Floors, Inc., Alton Box Board and Paper Company, Alton Gas and Electric Company, Alton Steam Laundry Company, Alton Steel Company, Alton Water Company, American Smelting, American Water Works & Electric Company, Duncan Foundry and Machine Works, E.W. Clark and Company, Fairbanks and Company, Laclede Steel Company, Owens-Illinois, Russell Miler Milling Company, Sears, Roebuck & Company, Spanks Milling Company, Fruit Growers Refining and Power Company, Union City Tract’N and Power Company, Corn Products Company, CFC International, Aurora Automatic Machine Company, Aurora Paper Board Company, Aurora Street Railway Company, Austin – Western Company, C. E. Refractories, Caterpillar Tractor Company, Commonwealth Edison Company, Consolidated Paper Company, Davis Aurora Company, Fiber Container Corporation, Forty Eight Insulations, Inc., Fox River Light, Heat and Power Company, Independent Pneumatic Tool Company, Lyon Metal Products, M. H. Detrick Company, New Process D-Enameling Company, William F. Jobbins, Inc., Wilker Process Equipment, Inc., Western Wheeled Scraper Company, Western United Gas and Electric Company, Western Austin Company, Thor Power Tool Company, Stephens-Adamson Manufacturing Company, Rathbone, Sard and Company, Dynegy Power Corporation, Illinois Power Company, Reabody Coal Company, Sprinkman Sons Corporation, Illinova Power Marketing, Inc., Allied Mills, Inc., Central Illinois Light Company, Keyston Steel & Wire, Furnsa Electric Company, Metal Dross Corporation, Van Nortwick Paper Company, Western Paper Bag Company, Johnson and Johnson, Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company/3M, Viskase Company, Moroney John J. & Company, Carling Brewery, Kenneth Wild Concrete Company, Rust Company, Inc., St. Clair County Gas and Electric Company, Belvidere Distilling Company, Belvidere Screw and Machine Company, Chrysler Corporation, Dean Milk Company, Paulson Heating Company, R and D Thiel, Inc., Shield Ware, Inc., Franklin County Mining Company, Petroff Packing Company, Alton Railroad Company, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Ashland Chemical Company, Beich Candy Company, Bloomington and Normal Railway Electric and Heat Company, Citizens Gas, Light and Heating Company, Consumers Heat and Electric Light Company, Eureka Williams Corporation, Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Funk Brothers Seed Company, Ma Girl Supply Company, Madison County Light and Power Company, Owens Corning Fiberglass Corporation, Peoria, Bloomington and Champaign Railway Company, Ralston Purina Company, Texas Pipeline Company, Union Asbestos, Unarco, Air Reduction Chemical Company, Calumet Brick Company, Chicago Copper and Chemical Company, Clark Oil & Refining Company, Enterprise Wire Company, Great Lakes Refining Company, Illinois Brick Company, Libby, McNeill & Libby, Inc., Modern Drop Forge Company, North Shore Electric Company, Public Service Company of Northern Illinois, Tuthill Building Material Company, Bunge Corporation, Krolhler Manufacturing Company, Swift & Company, Burkhart Manufacturing Company, Cairo Railway and Light Company, Cairo Water Company, E.L. Bruce Company, Missouri Cotton Oil Company, Singer Manufacturing Company, United Chemical and Organic Products Company, Wilson and Company, Canton Gas and Electric Company, Central Illinois Light Company, International Harvester Company, P and O Manufacturing, Inc., Peoples Gas and Electric Light Company, United Electric Coal Company, Wood Preserving Company, Tri Star Metals, Hollywood Brands, Inc., Illinois Central Railroad Company, Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America, Texas-Illinois Natural Gas Pipe Line Company, Abbott Laboratories, Inc., Clifford-Jacobs Forging Company, Danville Urbana and Champaign Railway, Kraft Foods, Inc., Smith and Company, Urbana and Champaign Street Railway Company, Urbana and Champaign Railway Gas and Electric Company, A. Finkl & Sons Steel, A. H. Andrews & Company, A. H. Ross & Sons Company, A. P. Green Fire Brick Company, Abell Box Corporation, ACandS, Inc., Acme Steel Company, Adahy Packing Company, Admiral Corporation, Advertising Metal Display Company, Aermotor Windmill Company, Aetna Bearing Company, Agar Manufacturing Corporation, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., Air Reduction Sales Company, Albert Schwill and Company, Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation, Allied Metal Company, Allis Chalmers Company, Alsik Brick Company, America Strawboard Company, American Bank Note Company, American Brake Shoe & Foundry Company, American Bridge Company, American Can Company, American Car & Foundry Company, American Cereal Company, American Coconut Butter Company, American Cutlery Company, American Engineering Company of Mexico, American Furniture Mart Corporation, American Granite Company, American Hide and Leather Company, American Industrial Service Company, American Licorice Company, American Lumber and Treating Company, American Maize-Products Company, American Malting Company, American Molasses Company, American Oil Company, American Radiator Company, American Rolling Mill Company/ARMCO, American Sheet & Tin Plate Company, American Spiral Pipe Company, American Steel and Wire Company, American Steel Foundries, Inc., American Tar Products Company, Ameritech Corporation, Anglo-American Provision Company, Apex Smelting Company, Arcole Midwest Corporation, Argo International Corporation, Armour & Company, Armster Company, Armstrong Brothers Tool Company, Armstrong Cork Company, Arnold Company, Arnold Electric Power Station Company, Asbestos and Magnesia Materials Company, Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company, Atlas Forging Company, Aullman Company, Austin Company, Autopoint Company, B. Brody Heating, Badenoch Brothers, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company, Barber Asphalt Paving Company, Barkling Fuel Engineering Company, Barkling Industrial Furnace Corporation, Barrett Manufacturing Company, Bartholomae & Leicht Brewing Company, Bastian-Blessing Company, Batchelder-Beilin Company, Bauerle & Stark Company, Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Beatrice Creamery Company, Beatrice Foods Company, Bedford Stone Quarries Company, Bela Seating Company, Bell Box Corporation, Belmont Radio Corporation, Bemis & McAvoy Brewing Company, Benefit Trust Life Insurance Company, Beneke Corporation, Bishop and Babcock Company, Blackstone Manufacturing Company, Bodine Electric Company, Bonell Manufacturing, Borden, Inc., Borg-Warner Chemical, Bowman Dairy Company, Boyd, Lunham & Company, Brand Insulations, Inc., Braun & Fitts Company, Breuer Electric Manufacturing Company, Brink’s, Inc., Brody Seating Company, Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, Buick Motor Company, Burny Brothers, Inc., Burton Auto Spring Corporation, Butler Brothers, C. F. Claussen and Sons, C.B. Pride Rhinelander Paper Company, C.D. Cash and Company, C.E. Billin and Company, Cable Company, Calumet Portland Cement Company, Campbell Soup Company, Canal-Randolph Corporation, Cardox Corporation, Cargill, Inc., Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation, Carnotite Reduction Company, Carson Pirie Scott & Company, Case and Martin Company, Central Asbestos & Magnesia Company, Central Cold Storage Company, Central Service Company, Central Soya Company, Central States Steel Boiler Company, Central Steel and Wire Company, Champion Laundry, Inc., Charles E. Larson & Sons, Inc., Charles Pope Glucose Company, Chicago & Northwestern Railway Company, Chicago Aerifrom Carbon Company, Chicago and Milwaukee Electric Railway Company, Chicago Bridge & Iron Company, Chicago Carton Company, Chicago City Railway Company, Chicago Coated Board Company, Chicago Cold Storage Company, Chicago Consolidated Traction Company, Chicago Edison Company, Chicago Label & Box Company, Chicago Mill and Lumber Company, Chicago Molded Products Corporation, Chicago Packing Company, Chicago Pipe & Boiler Covering Company, Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company, Chicago Portland Cement Company, Chicago Rawhide Manufacturing Company, Chicago Roller Skate Company, Chicago Southern Railway Company, Chicago Steel & Wire Company, Chicago Sugar Refining Company, Chicago Telephone Company, Chicago Union Station Company, Chicago Union Traction Company, Chicago Union Transfer Railway Company, Chicago, Lake Shores & Eastern Railway Company, Chromium Mining & Smelting Corporation, Clayton Mark and Company, Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Columbia Tool Steel Company, Commercial Stamping & Forging, Congress Hotel Company, Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company, Connelly-GPM, Inc., Consolidated S. and W. Company, Consumers Company, Container Corporation of America, Continental Can Company, Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Company, Cook Chocolate Company, Cooperative Construction Company, Corn Products Manufacturing Company, Corn Products Refining Company, Cornell Forge Company, Cosmopolitan Electric Company, Crane Company, Crerar, Adams & Company, Cribben and Sexton Company, Crystal Pure Candy Company, Culberg Asbestos & Cork Company, Cuneo Press, Inc., Curtiss Candy Company, D. M. Zuary and Company, Daly’s Laundry Company, Dana, Inc., Darling & Company, Deering Harvester Company, Defense Plant Corporation, Derby Steam Laundry Company, Devoe & Raynolds Company, Diamond Alkali Company, Diamond Cement and Lithe Stone Company, Diamond Glue Company, Diamond Match Company, Draper and Kramer, Inc., Drewry’s Limited U. S. A., Inc., Drovers Packing Company, E. J. Brach & Sons, E. J. Davis Manufacturing Company, E. L. Mansure Company, E. L. Prussing & Company, Eagle Grinding Wheel Corporation, Eastman Kodak Company, Eckhart & Swan Milling Company, Economy Plumbing & Heating Company, Edison Electric Appliance Company, Inc., North American Cold Storage Company, North American Asbestos Corporation, NL Industries, Inc., New York Life Insurance Company, New York Central Railroad Company, Neisner Brothers, Nehi Royal Crown Corporation, Natural Gas Storage Company of Illinois, Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America, National Warehouse Corporation, National Video Corpoartion, National Tea Company, National Steel Company, National Safe Deposit Company, National Railway Construction Company, National Parlor Furniture Company, National Malleable & Steel Castings Company, National Laundry & Dry Cleaning Company, National Can Company, National Brick Machine Company, National Box Company, National Baking Company, National Aluminate Corporation, Naico Chemical Company, National Biscuit Company/Nabisco, N. K. Fairbanks Company, Murphy Varnish Company, Multi Electric Manufacturing, Inc., Morris and Company, Morgan Linen Supply, Inc., Montgomery Ward, Inc., Monarch Leather Company, Monarch Laundry & Dry Cleaning Services LLC, Modern Steel & Treat Company, Mills Novelty Company, Miehle Printing Press Manufacturing Company, Midwest Brass Forging Company, Midwesco Enterprises, Inc., Middle West Utilities Company, Mid-West Spring and Stamping, Metropolitan West Side Elevated Railroad Company, Medical Center Steam Company, Mechanics Overall Laundry and Rental Company, Mechanical Rubber Company, Mechanical Finishers, Inc., McWilliams Dredging Company, McCormick Harvesting Machine Company, Material Service Corporation, Masury-Young Company, Mason, Davis and Company, Marworth, Inc., Mars, Inc., Marine and Inland Insurance Company, Marblehead Lime Company, Manz Corporation, Manhattan Brewing Company, Magnaflux Corporation, Magid Glove & Safety Manufacturing Company LLC, M.H. Detrick Company, M. H. Ritzwoller Company, M. C. Bullock Manufacturing Company, Luse-Stevenson Company, Lurie & Company, Louis C. Ehle & Company, Louis Pfaelzer & Sons, Litho-Strip Corporation, Liquid Carbonic Corporation, Link-Belt Company, Linde Air Products Company, Lindberg Engineering Company, Lianco Container Corporation, Lever Brothers Company, Leonard & Son Construction Company, Lehon Company, Lehigh Valley Coal Company, Lanzit Corrugated Box Company, Lanquist & Illsley Company, Lamson & Sessions Company, Lampcraft Industries, Lakeside Central Company, Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Company, L.E. Myers Company, L. H. Prentice Company, L. H. and P. Company, Kroch’s & Brentano’s, Inc., Krapp Forge, Inc., Knickerbocker Ice Company, Kensington Steel Company, Kenney Paper Company, Kailer Youngquist, Inc., K & S Precision Metals, Joslyn Manufacturing & Supply Company, Joseph T. Ryerson & Son, Inc., John Wood Company, John F. Jelke Company, John E. Shulze & Sons, Inc., Jernberg Industries, Jarrow Products Corporation, James Stewart & Company, James S. Kirk & Company, J.W. Sefton Manufacturing Company, J.R. Short Milling, J. C. Deagan, Inc., J & J Tool Company, Iroquois Iron Company, Iowa Valve Company, International Rolling Mills Company, International Paper Company, International Nickel Mining Company, Interlake Steel Corporation, Interlake Iron Corporation, Interlake Coke, Inc., Interchemical Corporation, Inter Ocean Publishing Company, Insulation Construction Company, Inland Steel Company, Industrial Metal Coating & Finishing Company, Indiana Steel Company, Indiana Quarries Company, Independent Packing Company, Illinois Vinegar Manufacturing Company, Illinois Steel Company, Illinois Packing Company, Illinois Meat Company, Illinois Maintenance Company, Illinois Insulation & Construction Company, Illinois Fireproof Covering Company, Illinois Fibre Specialty Company, Illinois Car and Equipment Company, Illinois Brick Company, Illinois Bell Telephone Company, IBM, Hysan Products Company, Hyman-Michaels Company, Hygienic Ice Company, Hydro-Blast, Inc., Hyde Park Electric Light and Power Company, Huron and Orleans Building Corporation, Hunts-Wesson Foods, Inc., Hunt Foods and Industries, Inc., Hudson Engineering & Fabrication, Howard Foundry Corporation, Home Insurance Company, Hoffman-Stafford Tanning Company, Hinde & Dauche Paper Company, Hinckley and Schmitt, Inc., Heick Die Casting Corporation, Harvey Metals Corporation, Hartmann-Sanders Company, Harris Brothers Company, Harold Gunnarson Company, Harish Company, Harmony Company, Harco Aluminum, Hanson Bros. Scale Company, Hansell-Elcock Company, Hanley-Casey Company, Handy Button Realty Corporation, Hammond Organ Company, H. M. Byllesley & Company, Gutmann & Company, Grigsby-Grunow Company, Griffin Wheel Company, Greenlee Brothers & Company, Greenebaum Tanning Company, Great Western Laundry Company, Great Western Cereal Company, Great Lakes Metal Finishing Company, Great Lakes Carbon Corporation, Grabler Manufacturing Company, GPE Controls, Inc., Gottfried Brewing Company, Gordon Baking Company, Goodman Manufacturing Company, Glucose Sugar Refining Company, Globe Roofing Products Company, Globe Laundry Company, Glidden Company, Glasser Crandell Company, Gerts, Lombard & Company, Scott Air Force Base, George B. Swift Company, General Mills, Inc. andGeneral Signal Corporation.

To determine the best possible medical treatment for your mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer, contact The Steinberg Law Group so a member of our team can determine which hospitals and doctors in our network are most convenient for you. For more information about mesothelioma and asbestos-related lung cancer, call (888) 891-2200 or visit www.mesotheliomaoptions.com/contact/ now.

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Cervus Solar & Construction Launches a New Website

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Santa Clarita’s Most Trusted Solar Company

We are excited to launch our new website with the calculator tools that will help homeowners see just how affordable and what great investments solar or an ADU can be.”

— Peter Cardenas, Principal of Cervus Solar & Construction

SANTA CLARITA, CA, UNITED STATES, October 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Cervus Solar & Construction, a veteran owned company and SunPower Authorized Dealer, recently launched a new website featuring tools that assist homeowners make the decision to add solar or an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) to their property. The Solar Wizard Calculator makes it easy to calculate an approximate cost of going solar based on location, electricity bill and system type. More importantly, it can quickly estimate the savings that can be realized by going solar. The ADU calculator helps to estimate the cost of building and the time it will take to recoup your investment.

With over 10 years of experience and commitment backed by SunPower’s unrivaled reputation, the Santa Clarita solar company is a trusted provider in Southern California solar energy. They offer the best technology, design and craftsmanship carried out by a knowledgeable and experienced team. Cervus provides a comprehensive solar energy consultation, design, engineering, and installation as well as construction services for residential and commercial applications.

The team at Cervus consults with homeowners and businesses to determine the system that will give them the best return for their investment. They assist them in taking advantage of all of the ITC tax credits and federal, state and local incentives and financing options that assure that their solar or other construction project will be affordable.

With their construction experience that can complete all types of renovations from kitchens and bath, re-roof, or build or renovate an ADU.

“We are excited to launch our new website with the calculator tools that will help homeowners see just how affordable and what great investments solar or an ADU can be,” stated Peter Cardenas, Principal of Cervus Solar & Construction. “Our veteran-owned solar company is always looking for ways to help consumers go-solar!”

The Authorized Dealer designation was awarded by SunPower to Cervus Solar & Construction as a residential dealer that demonstrates excellence in consultation, finance options and customer satisfaction. They handle the solar energy process for customers including system design, permitting, installation, and back-up storage. For more information visit cervus-inc.com

About Cervus Solar & Construction
With over 10 years of experience and commitment backed by SunPower’s unrivaled reputation, the Santa Clarita solar company is a trusted provider in Southern California solar energy. Cervus provides comprehensive solar energy consultation, design, engineering, and installation as well as construction services for residential and commercial applications. Cervus Solar & Construction is a collective company, owned and operated by three successful veterans. Each owner has dedicated a significant portion of their lives to serving in the United States Armed Forces. The exceptional talent combined with the veteran’s professional experience is what makes Cervus thrive. They strive to embody the ideal values that each attained while serving: loyalty, respect, selflessness, honor, and integrity.

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