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CSS Alliance LLC Completes Design of Tier Two Specialized Container


NEW YORK, Sept. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - CSS Alliance (OTC: APRE) is pleased to announce that the company has successfully designed a new specialized container. 

"Working with Intermobile we identified a new design called a HQ container.  This container is bigger and meets the needs for companies that need to transport more product." Garland Fite (President) said, "We have completed the new design and it is in route to manufacturing.  We anticipate this to be completed in October.  This new design is 20 ft. in length: 9.6 ft height: and 8ft wide.  It's basically 1 ft taller and the new capacity is 725 cubic ft with a payload of +/- 34 tons."

This new container caters to larger clients who need more bang for their buck.  We believe this will increase sales drastically and are very pleased with this design and look forward to this new vertical. "Additionally, we're working on new opportunities in Korea and are very near a couple of exclusive deals," said Chong Lee (VP of Manufacturing).

There will now be two products to offer clients.  This new design is also fit for rail, trucking and/or shipping.

About CSS:

CSS Alliance LLC ("CSS") is a management services organization specializing in manufacturing. Currently, CSS has signed an agreement to manage Intermobile Container's Manufacturing of their specialized container products on a multi-year basis. CSS will be managing this manufacturing.  Moreover, this device is an inter-modal designed system meaning it will be used on rail, truck and barges without changing a thing.  The projected forecast for the these larger devices is to put out over 50,000 units as quickly as possible which means managing multiple domestic (where feasible) and international manufacturers.

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