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Global Green

www.globalgreenllc.com
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Patsy Armstrong

on 4 April 2014

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Transcript of Global Green

PURPOSE
To capture, process, and sell recyclable commodities consumed in Central America by enhancing the recycling culture through improved
Education
,
Opportunity
and
Documentation
.
THE GLOBAL GREEN SOLUTION
Global Green Logistics
is a full scale multi-national recycling company that aims to provide organizations in Central America with:

RECYCLING TROUGH SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION

Presented by: J.R. Tolver, Ed Fitch, and J.C. Mejia
HG
PROBLEM/
OPPORTUNITY
Companies are currently incinerating and/or sending valuable commodities to landfills due to the lack of a partner that can provide recycling education and socially responsible disposal alternatives.
WHY
PANAMA
?
GDP Growth Rate – 10.7%
Unemployment Rate – 4%
Local Currency – American Dollar
Tax, labor, customs, and other governmental benefits
Growth – Finance, import, sector
Foreign Investment
THE MARKET
The Panamanian marketplace consists of large generators of recyclable materials such as:
Multinational organizations with a Latin American regional hub in Panama

Distribution Centers

Super Markets/Grocery Chains

Manufacturing Plants

Free Trade Zone and Special Economic Area tenants

Government Entities
Company wide education and mentoring

Exceptional customer service

Innovative ideas and solutions

Most advanced and current recycling equipment

BENEFITS OF RECYCLING
GET TO
MARKET
Social Media

Marketing Events

Strategic Alliances and Partnerships

Networking Events

Grassroots Marketing

Word of Mouth
CURRENT STATUS
February 2013:

U.S. Department of Commerce Gold Key Market Research Service

June 2013:

Independent on location market research (5 weeks)

September 2013:

Formed Panamanian Corporation

December 2013:

Executed lease agreement in Panama Pacifico, a Clinton Global Initiative community (1 of 17 worldwide)

January 2014:

All permits to operate were obtained

February 2014:

Operations commenced
CUSTOMER STATUS
The following customers have signed and verbally committed to a 36 month agreement with Global Green Logistics.
CUSTOMER ECONOMICS
Global Green Logistics
is able to compensate its clients for their commodities AND offer its services free of charge by providing compaction equipment that results in:

VOLUME
FREIGHT
COMPETITION SPECIFICS
TEAM
The GGL team has over 40 combined years in the Waste and Recycling and Import/Export Industry!
INVESTMENT
HISTORY
The GGL Commitment (skin in the game) to date
FINANCIALS
These figures are calculated from the 27 clients mentioned in the “Customer Status” page earlier in our presentation.
KEY MILESTONES


More employees

Bigger facilities

Efficient transportation

Better compaction equipment
PANAMA
PACIFICO
Clinton Global Initiative Community that is 3X larger than the University of Notre Dame!
J.R. Tolver – Partner: Waste and Recycling Consultant
Global Disposal Reduction Services



Ed Fitch – Partner: Facility Owner and Operator
Cactus Recycling

Juan Carlos Mejia – Partner: International Trade Specialist
QUALCOMM

Alfredo Arguello – Senior Office Operations Manager
CBRE
CONCLUSION
Global Green Logistics Current Growth Strategy is to reinvest operational profits:
An Investment of
$150,000
will lead to:
Q&A
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