Vineland Welcomes iSPECS



    VINELAND, ON, July 21 /CNW/ - Vineland Research and Innovation Centre
(Vineland Centre) is pleased to welcome iSPECS Inc. as a new tenant of the
Centre.
    iSPECS provides technical solutions for environmental automation
requirements. It is an independent service provider that works together with
any computer manufacturer. iSPECS provides project-based services and products
including consulting, project management, design and manufacturing of
electrical control panels as part of process control automation. iSPECS has
set up their business ventures as supplementary services to existing supply
companies from around the world, who provide equipment and services to North
American end users.
    "We are very excited about relocating our new business development office
to the Vineland Centre because Vineland is quickly becoming an international
hub for horticultural research, and the Centre is clearly focused on
facilitating innovation and commercial activity," said Al van den Ende,
founder and President of iSPECS Inc. "Innovation has been the key to iSPECS'
success, and Vineland provides an environment that fosters ingenuity and
collaboration."
    iSPECS' mission is to be an innovator in providing transparent solutions
for business owners through consulting, project management, engineering and
manufacturing services in environmental control systems, and to offer
limitless opportunities for selected teams of qualified suppliers and service
professionals.
    "Vineland is extremely pleased to welcome iSPECS to the Centre," said Jim
Brandle, CEO of the Vineland Research and Innovation Centre. "We look forward
to facilitating collaborative research and working with iSPECS as part of the
Vineland's efforts to become a world-class research institution and
international hub for horticultural research, innovation and
commercialization."

    About Vineland Research and Innovation Centre

    Located in the Niagara Region, the Vineland Research and Innovation
Centre is a not-for-profit corporation. As result of a government, academic
and industry led initiative, Vineland is becoming world-class research
institution and international hub for horticulture and ornamentals research,
innovation and commercialization. Created in 1906 through a gift by M.F.
Rittenhouse, the Vineland Research Station has contributed to the emergence of
a competitive horticulture industry in one of Canada's most unique geographic
regions. It is accredited with the development and release of over 150 new
varieties of fruits, vegetables and ornamental plants, as well as numerous
production techniques and post-harvest technologies.

    About iSPECS Inc.

    iSPECS (innovators and Solution Providers for Environmental Control
Systems) is a company that provides technical solutions in the design and
manufacturing of electrical control panels as part of process control
automation. ISPECS serves customers anywhere in North America from their
location in the Niagara Region of Southern Ontario. For more information
please visit www.ispecs.ca





For further information:

For further information: Bob Kalbfleisch, Vineland Research and
Innovation Centre, Special Advisor, Policy and Communications, (519) 572-1112,
bob.kalbfleisch@vinelandontario.ca; Al van den Ende, iSPECS Inc, (905)
562-9292, al@ispecs.ca

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