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Haiti InnoVida Update

comments (1) February 3rd, 2010 in Blogs
FPR Fernando Pages Ruiz, contributor

Two blogs ago, I told you about a company donating 1,000 homes to Haitian victims. The company, InnoVida, little known in U.S. has built throughout the workd and has the capacity to make such a donation. I asked for information and photos, they replied with a brief video about their product. It shows the InnoVida product and process, and would be of interest to anyone interested in new building technology. The film loads slowly, but then plays smoothly and it's short enough not become boring, InnoVida.



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Comments (1)

Shawn_Wallwork Shawn_Wallwork writes: After posting a comment about this company on your previous blog, I have received several emails from the company. Walter Rest says:

"Our reply to your recent inquiry was an obvious mistake from our part, please accept my apologies. We are currently not setup to service New Mexico."

Wendy Corrales says:

"We are just starting out in the US at the moment. We have a low production factory in Miami, FL but are currently working on having a high volume factory ready in the gulf region later this year. With this type of factory, we would be able to meet your current needs without doing a joint venture partnership."

Good luck to InnoVida, hope your product gets to market soon!
Posted: 3:37 pm on February 3rd

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