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National Automation Systems, Inc. (NASV) CEO Believes Japan’s Nuclear Crisis was Potentially Avoidable with Automated Solutions

May 11, 2011 11:26 AM ETNASV
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Robert Chance, CEO of National Automation Services, stated that with extensive automation resources and the proper planning, the nuclear meltdown and crisis may have been averted at the facilities in Japan and is preventable at other locations worldwide.  

With aspirations of becoming one of the largest dedicated public automation companies, National Automation is already servicing green technologies such as solar power plants and waste water treatment facilities. The company’s expansion strategy involves acquiring smaller regional automation companies in order to greatly increase its overall capabilities to bring critical technology to the groups and companies where it is needed the most.

National Automation Services is currently exploring expansion in the South American markets. Through automation, mechanized facilities gain access to the most advanced equipment and technologies for the most reliable and safest operations possible. Where green energy and nuclear power is concerned, this must be taken in to the greatest consideration.

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