EnWave Senior Vice President Brent Charleton Discusses Company’s Exciting Progress and Outlook
Since our initial interview with representatives of EnWave Corp. (TSXV:ENW – $1.03 CAD & OTC:NWVCF – $0.77 USD) in February of this year, numerous exciting developments have taken place at the Company. So we’re very pleased that Mr. Brent Charleton, the Senior Vice President Corporate Affairs freed up some time to give us an update on the developer of revolutionary dehydration technologies for the food and pharmaceutical sectors.
Mr. Charleton starts by explaining the catalysts behind the first ever net income that EnWave achieved in the second quarter, ended March 31, 2015. And he discusses guidance for the third quarter and beyond.
The interview obviously also digs deeper into the launch of Cheddar and Gouda Moon Cheese snacks at about 3,400 Starbucks locations in the United States and the coffee chain’s recent re-order.
In addition, Mr. Charleton gives an insightful update on the commercial start-ups that were announced in the past few months at Gay Lea Foods, Natural Nutrition, Umland, and Hormel Foods. He also shares his thoughts on why Bonduelle is such a significant partner for EnWave and when we can expect commercial production to start at the global leader in the production of frozen and canned vegetables.
A substantial portion of the interview is devoted to EnWave’s different REV technologies and how those are protected by various patents.
Finally, the Senior Vice President reveals the Company’s largest shareholders and his outlook for the following six to twelve months.
Investors already familiar with EnWave are sure to find lots of useful information in this interview, and people who aren’t yet aware of the Company’s products and growth potential, will get acquainted with a firm that deserves a spot on their radar.
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