[RAV4-EV] PR pertaining to EV Financing
[note: I do not presently have a stake in any of the companies
1. Good to see struggling makers of city and highway-capable
consumer-affordable EVs (Th!nk, Smith Electric) finding financing.
2. Has Smith really been converting vehicles to electric power, in
one way or another, for 90 years?
3. Let's continue to keep track of forklift makers. (Smith, C&D
4. Let's continue to watch those EV companies that have stock tickers
which in some cases makes it easier for us to follow them, as they
have to make filings and sometimes issue PR. (Vectrix, Tanfield,
>Wynston Hill Capital Named Lead Banker by Smith Electric Vehicles U.S.
>NEW YORK, Feb. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Wynston Hill Capital LLC, a boutique investment bank, announced today that it has been retained by Smith Electric Vehicles U.S. Corporation to serve as the company's lead investment banker. Wynston Hill Capital will assist and advise Smith Electric Vehicles U.S. with regard to the company's financings. Corey Singman and Bruce Shalett are the Investment Bankers for Wynston Hill Capital.
>Smith Electric Vehicles U.S. is owned 49% by The Tanfield Group Plc (www.tanfieldgroup.com). Tanfield also owns Smith Electric Vehicles (www.smithelectricvehicles.com), based in the United Kingdom, which is the world's largest manufacturer of electric, street-ready, commercial vehicles. Smith Electric Vehicles has been converting vehicles to battery electric power for nearly 90 years. As recently announced, the company is working with Ford Motor Company to launch Ford's first fully-electric vehicle in 2010, a zero-emissions light-duty work van based on Ford's Transit Connect global platform.
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