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Title: Commercialization Strategy


1
Commercialization Strategy
2
Forward Looking Statements
  • This presentation contains forward-looking
    statements regarding Global Resource Corp.'s
    business strategies and future plans of
    operations. Forward- looking statements involve
    known and unknown risks and uncertainties. The
    forward-looking statements contained in this
    presentation speak only as of the date hereof and
    Global Resource disclaims any obligation to
    provide public updates, revisions or amendments
    to any forward-looking statements made herein to
    reflect changes in Global Resource's expectations
    or future events.

3
AGENDA
  • Commercialization Strategy
  • Marketing Approach
  • Marketing Relationships
  • ENGlobal
  • G4
  • Top Priorities
  • Tire Production Numbers
  • Manufacturing Operations
  • Global Scientific Corp

4
AGENDA
  • Manufacturing Partners
  • Microwave Engineering Team
  • Alloy Welding Inc (AWI)
  • Ingersoll Production Systems (IPS)
  • Electromatic, Inc (ETM)
  • ENGlobal
  • Service, Installation Warranty
  • Commercial Prototype
  • Prototype Machine
  • Prototype Status
  • Prototype Next Steps
  • Scale-Up Design

5
Commercialization Strategy
  • Our commercialization strategy includes the
    development of key strategic partnerships with
    large companies associated with each product line
    as well as reputable and qualified marketing
    partners from each country world-wide.
  • Our strategy also includes joint ventures with
    synergistic companies that provide supplementary
    processes such as scrubbing of the gases and
    oils, and creating additional Syn Gases from the
    char products that are discharged at the end of
    our process.

6
Marketing Approach
  • Manufacturer
  • Sell equipment to end-users
  • Make profit from sales
  • Owner/Operator
  • Install and operate systems with partners
  • Joint Venture Partnerships
  • Share in revenue stream with pre-existing
    operating companies

7
Marketing Approach
  • Strategy Type Product Types
  • Manufacturer Waste to Energy Systems
  • (Tires, MSW, ASR, Drill Waste, Oil Sludge,
    Plastics)
  • Owner/Operator MSW, Coal, Oil Shale
  • Joint Venture Partnerships Oil Patch

8
Marketing Relationship
  • ENGlobal is an international energy engineering
    and professional services firm.
  • ENGlobal has expanded into several market sectors
    with projects ranging from single in-plant
    assignments to large EPCM (Engineering,
    Procurement and Construction Management)
    projects.

9
  • Headquarters
  • 654 N. Sam Houston Pkwy. East, Ste. 400Houston,
    TX 77060-5914United States  
  • Key ENGlobal Financials
  • Company Type Public - NASDAQ ENG
  • Fiscal Year-End December 2007 Sales (mil.)363.2
  • 2007 Employees 2,443

10
Marketing Relationship
  • G4 Group works predominantly in the European,
    Middle Eastern and African markets focusing on
    the renewable energy sector with additional
    interests in the Government Services Field.
  • With extensive overseas land for crop growth and
    a dedicated RD facility in the UK, G4 Group has
    the capability to provide complete turnkey
    alternative power solutions.
  • G4 Industries has extensive experience of project
    management, sales and marketing and consultancy
    services aimed at the commercial and military
    markets for third party products.

11
  • CORE CAPABILITIES
  • Project Management and Prime Contractorship of UK
    and overseas power, fuel and equipment Projects
  • Turnkey Field-to-Fuel Solutions
  • Turnkey Field-to-Power Solutions
  • Environmental and Power Viability Studies for
    development agencies and industry
  • Business Development and Proposal Generation

12
Top Priorities
  • Tires (Manufacturer)
  • Tanker (Oil) Sludge (Manufacturer)
  • MSW (Manufacturer and Owner/Operator)
  • Oil Patch (JV Partnership)

13
TIRE PRODUCTION NUMBERSIN MILLIONS (USA)
  • ANNUALLY STOCKPILED
  • 1) CALIFORNIA 33
    2
  • 2) NEW YORK 20
    40
  • 3) TEXAS 24
    49
  • 4) FLORDIA 19
    .1
  • 5) PENNSYLVANIA 12
    12
  • 6) ILLINOIS 12
    .4
  • 7) MICHIGAN 10
    25
  • 8) OHIO
    10 20
  • 9) NORTH CAROLINA 9.6
    .1
  • 10) NEW JERSEY 8.4
    8
  • 11) GEORGIA 8
    .3
  • 12) VIRGINIA 7
    3
  • 13) SOUTH CAROLINA 6.5
    0
  • 14) MASSACHUSETTES 6
    10
  • 15) MARYLAND 6
    1.7
  • 16) INDIANA 6
    5.5
  • 17) COLORADO 4
    35
  • 18) CONNECTICUT 3.4
    20

14
Estimate on tires annuallyproduced worldwide
  • USA 3,000,000 tons (100) 15 ton machines
  • Austria 60,000 tons (2) 15 ton machines
  • Belgium 70,000 tons (2) 15 ton machines (1)
    5 ton machine
  • Denmark 50,000 tons (1) 15 ton machine (1)
    10 ton machine
  • Finland 48,000 tons (1) 15 ton machine (1)
    10 ton machine
  • France 410,000 tons (13) 15 ton machines
    (1) 10 ton machine
  • Germany 645,000 tons (21) 15 ton machines
    (1) 10 ton machine
  • Greece 56,000 tons (2) 15 ton machines
  • Ireland 56,000 tons (2) 15 ton machines
  • Italy 430,000 tons (14) 15 ton machines (1)
    5 ton machine
  • Netherlands 52,000 tons (2) 15 ton machines
  • Portugal 98,000 tons (3) 15 ton machines
    (1) 5 ton machine
  • Spain 350,000 tons (11) 15 ton machines (1)
    10 ton machine
  • Sweden 97,000 tons (3) 15 ton machines (1)
    5 ton machine
  • UK 535,000 tons (18) 15 ton machines

15
Estimate on tires annuallyproduced worldwide
  • Bulgaria 23,000 tons (1) 15 ton machine
  • Cyprus 8,000 tons (1) 5 ton machine
  • Czech Rep 67,000 tons (2) 15 ton machines
    (1) 5 ton machine
  • Estonia 14,000 tons (1) 10 ton machine
  • Hungary 46,000 tons (2) 15 ton machines
  • Latvia 14,000 tons (1) 10 ton machine
  • Lithuania 14,000 tons (1) 10 ton machine
  • Poland 175,000 tons (6) 15 ton machines
  • Romania 53,000 tons (2) 15 ton machines
  • Slovak Rep 38,000 tons (1) 15 ton machine
    (1) 5 ton machine
  • Slovenia 20,000 tons (1) 10 ton machine
  • Croatia 20,000 tons (1) 10 ton machine
  • Norway 47,000 tons (2) 15 ton machines
  • Switzerland 60,000 tons (2) 15 ton machines
  • Canada 300,000 tons (10) 15 ton machines
  • Japan 1,000,000 tons (33) 15 ton machines
    (1) 5 ton machine

16
  • Manufacturing
  • Operations

17
Global Scientific Corp. Rockford, Illinois Office
  • Len Hedman VP Engineering
  • Former Director of Engineering and VP Operations
    for IPS
  • Scott Dunbar VP Operations
  • Former Director of Plant Operations for IPS
  • Terry Peterson Electrical Project Engineer

18
Global Scientific Corp.Microwave Engineering
N.C. Office
  • Carl Everleigh GRC Employee

19
About Carl Everleigh
  • Former President of Pendulum Electromagnetics,
    Inc. which he founded in 1993.
  • Former President and Chairman of the Board of
    Microwave Laboratories, Inc which he founded in
    1981.
  • Formerly held senior management and engineering
    positions at Litton Industries, Microwave
    Associates, Raytheon and ITT.

20
About Carl Everleigh
  • Co-developer of the magnetron used in the Radar
    Altimeter to fire the retrorocket for the first
    soft landing on the moon.
  • Development of the Microwave Amplifiers used in
    the worlds most powerful electronic
    countermeasure Radar Jamming System presently
    used by the U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force. Co
  • Inventor of the Variable Frequency Microwave
    Heating Oven.

21
  • Manufacturing
  • Partners

22
  • AWI has proudly produced the finest in metal
    fabrications for over 30 years.
  • AWI integrates state of the art machinery with a
    highly trained workforce to provide our local,
    national and international customers with
    products manufactured to their exact
    specifications.

23

Innovative Solutions to Your Manufacturing Needs
Established In 1974
24
  • IPS has been a world leader for over 100 years in
    developing new technologies for the production of
    parts in high volumes.
  • IPS has introduced many new technologies and
    industry standards that have advanced
    manufacturing capabilities in all parts of the
    world .

25

IPS Facilities in Rockford, Illinois
  • Climate Controlled
  • ISO 9001-2000

90,000 Sq. Ft. Assembly/Manufacturing Space
here 80,000 Space Leased for IPS Projects
26

ETM
  • ETM designs, manufactures and supports tailored
    power microwave subsystems for System Integrators
    in the Communications, Aerospace, Defense and
    Medical markets. 
  • From first article through large-scale
    production, ETM has the capabilities to meet our
    subsystem requirements

27

ETM
Facility
  • 56,000 sq-ft HQ in Newark, CA (ETM-Owned)
  • 12,000 sq-ft engineering and administrative
  • 30,000 sq-ft manufacturing and inventory
  • 14,000 sq-ft currently sublet, will be vacated
    for ETMs use by March 2009
  • 12,000 sq-ft Salt Lake City, UT Facility

28
  • ENGlobal is a multi-faceted organization, with
    the ability of offering an extensive array of
    services to several industries with a full staff
    of specialized individuals, trained in our four
    areas of expertise
  • Engineering
  • Automation
  • Construction
  • Land Regulatory

29
  • Service, Installation
  • Warranty

30
Service, Installation and Warranty
  • Jeavons Enterprises, Incorporated
  • Contract labor firm owned and operated by George
    Jeavons.
  • Located in Rockford, IL
  • International Installations, Limited
  • Contract labor firm owned and operated by and
    International Installations.
  • Located in Woverhampton, England

31
Jeavons Enterprises andInternational
Installations
  • Both cooperate in providing contract skilled
    labor such as
  • Mechanics Electricians Pipefitters
  • Welders Millwrights Sheet Metal Fabricators
  • They perform
  • Machinery Construction
  • Facility Infrastructure Construction
  • Systems Installation
  • Field Service

32

Jeavons Enterprises andInternational
Installations
The principals of these firms and the contract
workers associated with the firms have provided
these services worldwide for over 25 years in the
following locations United States Mexico
Canada South America Europe
Middle East Asia Including countries
such as India China South Korea
Egypt Saudi Arabia Dubai Brazil
Russia Poland France
Spain
Portugal Greece Holland Ireland
33
Additional Installation, Start-Upand Service
Support Resources
  • ENGlobal
  • G4
  • Ingersoll Production Systems, LLC
  • Applied Technologies, Incorporated
  • Alloy Welding, Incorporated
  • Base Point Engineering Services

34
Spare Parts Package
  • GRC will stock 1 complete power supply/RF
    transmitter set and (5) microwave tubes for
    immediate availability
  • GRC will stock 2 sets of long lead common parts
    (Pumps, Motors, Etc.) in our warehouse thru the
    warranty cycle.
  • At the end of the engineering phase, GRC will
    submit a price list for recommended spare parts
    that include
  • Normal wear parts
  • Unique parts for each customers machines (belt
    conveyor, etc)

35
Maintenance Package
  • Warranty is covered for 1st year
  • GRC will quote an optional maintenance package
    that includes
  • Quarterly visits to customers sites to perform
    diagnostic tests and preventive maintenance work
  • 1 shift on site
  • Annual visits to customers sites for complete
    clean-out and system check-out
  • 2 days on site

36
  • Commercial Prototype

37
The CommercialPrototype Machine
38
Prototype Status
  • Running small samples thru the entire process in
    automatic cycle
  • Gas successfully collecting outside of reactor
  • Oil condensing at expected volumes
  • Carbon ash collected at discharge end
  • Volume reduction at 55-60 as expected
  • Feedstock reaching temperatures exceeding 500
    degrees C (930 degrees F)

39
  • Scalability of Technology

40
Reactor Scalability
  • The reactor housing can be scaled up to
    accommodate the required volume of material to be
    processed
  • The external processes including vacuum,
    condensing, etc. will be sized according to the
    mass balance simulations
  • The scale up will not be directly proportional to
    tonnage increase as we will add more power at
    each microwave unit entry point to minimize
    reactor diameter and length

41
Scale-Up DesignQuotes from Carl Everleigh
  • Microwave Energy is the most efficient means of
    transferring energy to any material that is
    susceptible to absorbing MW energy
  • RF power is more efficient than convection
    heating because in the GRC process it heats from
    the inside out and all of the power is directed
    to the load.
  • When power density is defined (power required
    Vs. volume of material), then direct scale up is
    most efficient in a MW process
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