Elecsys Corporation Signs Representation Agreement With The Al-Rushaid Group

Al Rushaid to represent Elecsys in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Bahrain

June 18, 2012

Elecsys Corporation (NASDAQ: ESYS), based in Olathe, Kansas, USA, a leading provider of innovative data acquisition systems, machine to machine (M2M) communication technology solutions, and custom electronic equipment for critical industrial applications worldwide, today announced the signing of a representation agreement with the Al Rushaid Group. Al Rushaid, based in Al Khobar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, will represent Elecsys and provide sales and service support for its diverse product offerings in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Bahrain.

One of the largest industrial companies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Al Rushaid Group is a multi-billion dollar (USD) commercial organization with business units in energy services, manufacturing, engineering, construction, advanced technologies, trading, and real estate. Founded in 1978, the Al Rushaid Group built its reputation by providing world-class products and services for the most challenging applications both in the region and around the globe. A provider of diverse products and specialized services, Al Rushaid is partnered with some of the world’s top companies, such as Halliburton, Baker Hughes, Weatherford International, Dresser Industries, and Saipem International, to provide industry leading technology, products, and services throughout the Middle East.

Al Rushaid Technologies Company, the subsidiary of Al Rushaid that focuses on emerging and enabling technologies to support business and infrastructure development, will take the lead in building this partnership with Elecsys. Al Rushaid Technologies is focused on its four key areas of information technology, communications, alternative energy, and advanced solutions. Al Rushaid Technologies has developed numerous partnerships with global solution providers in areas such as cloud computing, business intelligence, mobility solutions, remote data collection, voice recognition, embedded sensors, and other advanced technologies. These advanced technologies are targeted to address many of the challenges facing the oil and gas production, petrochemical, power generation, water, mining, engineering, and construction industries today.