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Streicher Mobile Fueling Announces Closing of Shank Services Acquisition

March 7, 2005

FT. LAUDERDALE, FL — Streicher Mobile Fueling, Inc., an outsourced refueling and fuel management solution provider for vehicle and equipment fleets, announced on February 28 that it has completed the acquisition of Shank Services.Shank Services is a Houston-based provider of commercial fueling and heavy haul transportation services with operations in Houston, Dallas/Forth Worth, Austin, and San Antonio, Texas. It was purchased from Shank C&E Investments ("Shank Investments") for a net purchase price of $7.7 million. The transaction closed on Feb. 18.In accordance with the January 25, 2005 agreement between the company and its wholly owned subsidiary, SMF Services, Inc. ("SSI"), and Shank C&E Investments, L.L.C., and its members, SSI acquired substantially all of the assets and related business of Shank Investments, operating under the trade name "Shank Services." SSI paid $5.2 million for the vehicles, trailers, tanks, other operating equipment, business interests and related intangibles of the Shank Services business, of which $3.3 million was paid in cash and $1.9 million in a two year deferred payment promissory note. Payment of the promissory note is subject to certain financial performance contingencies of the combined Texas operations of the company and the former Shank Investments operations during an eighteen month period ending December 31, 2005. SSI also purchased accounts receivable and inventory from Shank Investments for approximately $3 million in cash. After adjustments, the total consideration for the acquisition was $7.7 million. SSI did not assume any material liabilities or debt of Shank Investments.
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