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“We have teamed up with the brightest research and development companies in Hong Kong and China and together, we can bring a competitive solution to meet the energy needs of clients around the world, and still stay focused on our core competency of providing green energy solutions using innovation and technology. This focus will help lead the Company into a competitive position in developing countries looking for energy supply that does not rely on fossil fuels,” said Zhou Deng Rong, CEO of Sanhe City Luck Sky Electrical Engineering Limited Company. General History: Zhou Deng Rong, established Lucksky Air Power Group in Beijing in 2000. The company develops natural energy power generation systems, conducts independent research and development, and holds independent intellectual property rights on over 300 patents. Related products are: ultra-wideband voltage power inverter, new structures aerodynamic engine, low-speed aerodynamic generators, new structures isothermal air compressor, natural energy power systems, and the aerodynamic automobile motors. This technology is operational at the Sanhe City Luck Sky Electrical Engineering Limited Company’s headquarters in China, which produces the electrical generation equipment, and runs its own operations utilizing this same technology. This manufacturing plant not only is off the China Power grid, it has operational plans to provide electricity to this grid in the near future. We have three market targets: 1. To help all levels of enterprises to build large-scale power plants, and to make use of national subsidy policies. At the same time to leave the compressed air energy storage and output interfaces, lay the foundation for building the compressed air refueling station during Luck Sky Group aerodynamic automobile industrialization procedure (this is expected to take about two years). 2. To help companies that have large scale electricity demand to establish their own use power generation facilities, to make use of the state subsidy policies to save and reduce operation and product costs.
7 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs USA TODAY Sports college football staff picks USA TODAY Sports college football writer Paul Myerberg breaks down the weekend’s must-follow story lines. USA TODAY Sports 2:25 p.m. EDT September 26, 2013 Aaron Murray tries to lead Georgia past LSU in a pivotal SEC clash in Week 5. (Photo: USA TODAY Sports) Conference play starts up in Week 5 Georgia faces LSU in a pivotal SEC showdown Wisconsin and Ohio State clash in Big Ten action SHARE 12 CONNECT 40 TWEET 7 COMMENTEMAILMORE The meat of the college football season has arrived. Those incessant games against Football Championship Subdivision opponents and overmatched teams are mostly in the past. Conference play is here, and we have more than just one or two decent games to watch Saturday. The main attraction this week is in Athens with No. 10 Georgia hosting sixth-ranked LSU. For the Bulldogs, it will already be their third game against a top-10 opponent. The Tigers have played TCU away from home, but this will be the first test for their young defense against an elite offense. WEEK 5: Full TV game schedule for weekend Also in the SEC, No. 1 Alabama will face surging Mississippi. The 22nd-ranked Rebels already have won at Vanderbilt and Texas. Beating the two-time defending national champions would be another feather in the cap of Hugh Freeze.
Knight Transportation Responds to USA Truck’s Rejection of $9.00 Per Share All-Cash, Premium Proposal
Since making our proposal public, we have had discussions with several of USA Trucks largest shareholders that have indicated their support for our proposal and have encouraged us to continue to take the necessary steps to acquire USA Truck. We continue to believe that a combination of Knight and USA Truck is better positioned to deliver value for and is in the best interest of all of Knight and USA Trucks stakeholders, and we are prepared to take the necessary steps to make this combination a reality. Knight also announced today that it has filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission an amendment to its Schedule 13D, originally filed on September 26, 2013, disclosing an increased ownership position of 1,192,364 shares of USA Truck common stock, representing approximately 11.3% of USA Trucks shares outstanding. As previously announced on September 26, 2013, Knight proposed to acquire all of the outstanding shares of USA Truck for $9.00 per share in cash, valuing the equity of USA Truck at approximately $95 million. The total value of the proposed transaction is approximately $242 million, including USA Trucks approximately $147 million of outstanding net indebtedness. The proposal represents a significant premium of approximately 39% to USA Trucks closing price on September 25, 2013, the last trading day prior to public announcement of Knights proposal; a premium of approximately 50% to USA Trucks average closing price for the ten trading day period prior to Knights announcement; and a premium of approximately 58% to USA Trucks closing price on August 27, 2013, the last trading day prior to Knights August 28, 2013, proposal letter to USA Trucks Board of Directors. Evercore is acting as financial advisor to Knight and Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP is acting as Knights legal advisor. About Knight Transportation Knight Transportation, Inc. is a provider of multiple truckload transportation services using a nationwide network of service centers in the U.S. to serve customers throughout North America. In addition to operating one of the countrys largest tractor fleets, Knight also partners with third-party equipment providers to provide a broad range of truckload services to its customers while creating quality driving jobs for our driving associates and successful business opportunities for owner-operators. Forward-Looking Statements Some statements set forth in this press release, including those regarding Knights proposal to acquire USA Truck and the expected impact of an acquisition of USA Truck on Knight and its financial results and operations, contain forward-looking statements that are subject to change.