Found this one on Ameritrade, Yahoo didn't pick up on it:
ESI Announces Exclusive Partnership for China, Signing a Multi-Million Dollar Distribution Agreement with Key Player in Water Resource Management
3:52p ET June 11, 2013 (Market Wire)
E. S. I. Environmental Sensors Inc. ("ESI" or the "Company")(TSX VENTURE: ESV) is pleased to announce the signing of a Distribution Agreement with Beijing Yanyu Water Technology Company Ltd. ("BJYY" or "Yanyu"), a subsidiary of Tri-Tech Holding Inc. ("Tri-tech") (Nasdaq: "TRIT"). With operations in China, the U.S. and India, Tri-tech provides turn-key water resources management, water and wastewater treatment, water-efficient irrigation, and industrial emission and safety control solutions, with fiscal 2012 sales of $72.6M.
ESI and BJYY/Tri-tech held initial meetings over a year and a half ago. Since that time the parties have worked together toward, firstly, the testing and national acceptance of ESI's sensing technology for the Chinese market, and, secondly, an agreement on an exclusive partnership for China. The process has involved the development by ESI of a customized version of the Company's TDT (time domain transmissiometry) soil moisture sensors in order to meet physical measurement parameters specified by Chinese Government ministries. ESI has supported efforts by BJYY for their in-house testing of the sensor as well as testing of the sensor by Chinese government ministry scientists. Through these various tests, this customized version of ESI's GroPoint(R) Lite Profiling Probe has been selected by BJYY/Tri-tech as their preferred product and ESI as their premier supplier for the Chinese market.
This tremendous investment in effort, patience and resources by both parties over the past twenty months has finally paid off: ESI's Board and management are extremely pleased to announce this long-term partnership and supply agreement with BJYY/Tri-tech. It represents a reliable and sizeable product distribution through
Hopefully all the fraudulent Chinese companies have been de-listed and its time for the remaining ones to be properly valued. In a sign that the market is willing to consider Chinese shares, the first Chinese IPO of 2013 has fared rather well. LITB initial offering price was $9.50 and its now above $14.
"The Mary Rose" was Henry the 8th's favorite warship. It was salvaged hundreds of years after it sank and a museum of the remains is on display in Portsmouth, England-- complete with a skeleton. If they can do it for "The Mary Rose," why not for victory.
You can see a short news piece on this just by googling "The Mary Rose" and "CBS news" or use "Pieces of Britain's early naval history rise again."