Jan. 30, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- MetaPower International, Inc. (OTCPINK: MTPR) (the "Company") sadly announces the unexpected passing of our President,
Kenneth R. Allen
. Our condolences go out to the family and the Company's employees.
The Company has a succession plan in place and we are executing that plan.
, one of the Company's senior executives, has assumed the duties of
. The Company continues normal operations. We have just completed our 2013 Business Plan and are implementing that plan.
About MetaPower International, Inc.:
MetaPower International, Inc. is a technology and services firm originally founded in 1996 that provides information technology and change management services to hazardous process industries. This link between technology and services is critical to manage the changes necessary to successfully compete in the current environment. In today's world, business operations must be streamlined to meet the challenges of these turbulent economic times.
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