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RIVERSIDE, Calif., June 10, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Ingen Technologies, Inc. (OTC Pink:IGNT) announces its first purchase order from the U.S. Department of Interior under a GSA contract award.
Research report for Medical Division, along with analyst projections and presentations, are available at http://www.otcmarkets.com/financialReportViewer?symbol=IGNT&id=95782
Predictions from the Research:
Management is focused on making Ingen Technologies a world class organization in the $185.0 billion global medical device industry. The Company has initiated a national distribution program with the largest distributor of home health care products and services to establish itself in the $55.0 billion US home healthcare industry. The Company plans to aggressively market Oxyview® to VA Hospitals and Department of Defense military medical facilities. In addition to organic growth, the Company is expected to make several acquisitions of which one was recently announced, to expand its product portfolio.
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