Why not both at the same time? Assuming it isn't BS, a North American concession would be pursued through a partnership. So, it could be mainly managed by the partner. The things HIMR has to bring to such a partnership is a retail alliance with North Cal, that could be attractive to someone who is disinterested in dealing with the retail end. We have shares to offer, so a partner could be induced by the hope of gaining on shares. We sort of have TigerLynk to offer, but how soon and who will pay for it? With Tigerlynk's manuverability, it might be better suited to the task than a crane. The hope of extracting faster is seductive, but HIMR would probably need to provide one and prove its value before the partner would concede a significant portion of the profit margin to HIMR. There are companies already doing this, so there needn't be a long delay if one or more is open to a partnership. Also, the PR benefit is important. They need to have work they can show to prove themselves and their prospects. I think multiple concessions are needed to be viewed as a growth company/stock. And so, the more the better. The dilution rate has to be mitigated soon.
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