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Henderson, NV (PRWEB) May 11, 2011
C.E.O. Robert Chance of National Automation Services, Inc. (NASV.PK) states that with the extensive automation resources and background had the proper planning and addition of automation for source cooling, the nuclear meltdown and crisis may have been averted at the facilities in Japan and is preventable at other locations worldwide.
NASV.PK, with aspirations of becoming one of the largest dedicated public automation companies already servicing green technologies such as solar power plants and waste water treatment facilities, is expanding through acquisition of smaller regional automation companies in order to vastly expand its overall capabilities to bring this critical technology to the groups and companies where it is needed the most. Automation is the key element to many factories and facilities world wide allowing the ever expanding use of technology to be applied in the most efficient and effective manners.
National Automation Services is currently exploring expansion in the South American markets along with Brazil the 5th largest growing economy in the world. Automation allows mechanized facilities to use the most advanced equipment and technologies in harmony to produce reliable and the safest operations possible. Where green energy and nuclear power are involved this must be taken in to the greatest consideration. In the case of Solar Power Plants automated solar tracking can increase productivity 80%-90% vs. static arrays. With nuclear power generation there is zero room for accident probabilities.
For more information or an interview with C.E.O. Robert Chance of National Automation Services, Inc. (NASV.PK) please email or call for scheduling:
1-877-871-6400 US/Canada phone
702-580-1077 outside the US/Canada
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