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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 1, 1998
DCH Technology Inc. announced Monday the company has established a new in-house investor-relations response system to improve communication between the company and the investing public. Effective today, DCH Technology will activate a new e-mail address and a new telephone extension specifically to respond to investors' questions. The new e-mail address, DCHT invest@aol.com, can be used to send all investor-related questions.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 28, 2000
DCH Technology Inc. in Valencia said it has applied to Nasdaq for listing on the National Market System. The company currently trades on the OTC Bulletin board. DCH Technology said it hopes the move will attract analyst attention. The company develops and manufactures hydrogen-fuel technologies.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 28, 2000
DCH Technology Inc. in Valencia said it has applied to Nasdaq for listing on the National Market System. The company currently trades on the OTC Bulletin board. DCH Technology said it hopes the move will attract analyst attention. The company develops and manufactures hydrogen-fuel technologies.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 25, 2000 | ROBERTA G. WAX, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One day in the early 1990s, aerospace consultants David Haberman and David Walker were contemplating their futures over a hot dog lunch. The local aerospace industry was heading into a tailspin. The two men batted around business ideas, trying to figure out how to capitalize on their aerospace savvy and the knowledge that was available through government research labs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 11, 1999
DCH Technology Inc. of Valencia said it is doubling its hydrogen-sensor manufacturing facilities. The company's newly appointed production manager, James K. Sobie, said the expansion was necessary to accommodate growing demand from a broad range of industries. DCH manufactures patented and proprietary gas sensors and safety products. Customers include NASA, Westinghouse, Ford, Lockheed Martin and General Motors.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 4, 2000
DCH Technology Inc. of Valencia said it has added a second production and test facility, including on-site hydrogen production, to its fuel-cell operations in Wisconsin. DCH develops hydrogen fuel-cell products that produce electricity directly from hydrogen without pollution. The company also manufactures hydrogen sensors, safety equipment and process monitors. The company plans to join the U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 11, 2000 | BOB HOWARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
They're not exactly "Pennies from Heaven," but penny stocks accounted for some of the fastest-rising prices among shares of San Fernando Valley-based public companies in 1999. Ranging from cutting-edge technology firms to mundane businesses such as restaurants and oil refiners, penny stock companies based in the Valley run the gamut from growing start-ups to long-established enterprises.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 25, 2000 | ROBERTA G. WAX, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One day in the early 1990s, aerospace consultants David Haberman and David Walker were contemplating their futures over a hot dog lunch. The local aerospace industry was heading into a tailspin. The two men batted around business ideas, trying to figure out how to capitalize on their aerospace savvy and the knowledge that was available through government research labs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 23, 2000
DCH Technology Inc. reported a net loss for the first quarter ended March 31 of $1.4 million compared with $449,377 last year during the same period. Revenues rose to $310,675 compared with $166,222. The Valencia-based company develops and manufactures hydrogen-enabling equipment used in aerospace and petrochemical industries.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 13, 2000
* Phillip E. Huff has been promoted to senior vice president of finance at Amwest Insurance Group in Calabasas. His role is to return the company to profitability by improving the performance of the surety, property and casualty divisions. Amwest is an insurance holding company underwriting casualty property and surety insurance through Amwest Surety Insurance Co., Far West Insurance Co. and Condor Insurance Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 11, 2000 | BOB HOWARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
They're not exactly "Pennies from Heaven," but penny stocks accounted for some of the fastest-rising prices among shares of San Fernando Valley-based public companies in 1999. Ranging from cutting-edge technology firms to mundane businesses such as restaurants and oil refiners, penny stock companies based in the Valley run the gamut from growing start-ups to long-established enterprises.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 4, 2000
DCH Technology Inc. of Valencia said it has added a second production and test facility, including on-site hydrogen production, to its fuel-cell operations in Wisconsin. DCH develops hydrogen fuel-cell products that produce electricity directly from hydrogen without pollution. The company also manufactures hydrogen sensors, safety equipment and process monitors. The company plans to join the U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 11, 1999
DCH Technology Inc. of Valencia said it is doubling its hydrogen-sensor manufacturing facilities. The company's newly appointed production manager, James K. Sobie, said the expansion was necessary to accommodate growing demand from a broad range of industries. DCH manufactures patented and proprietary gas sensors and safety products. Customers include NASA, Westinghouse, Ford, Lockheed Martin and General Motors.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 1, 1998
DCH Technology Inc. announced Monday the company has established a new in-house investor-relations response system to improve communication between the company and the investing public. Effective today, DCH Technology will activate a new e-mail address and a new telephone extension specifically to respond to investors' questions. The new e-mail address, DCHT invest@aol.com, can be used to send all investor-related questions.
BUSINESS
August 10, 2000
UTi, a Rancho Dominquez-based air and ocean freight forwarder and customs brokerage, has made several key changes in senior corporate and regional management ranks and has centralized its global staff support functions in the U.S. Roger MacFarlane, previously head of the Americas, has become UTi chief executive. Peter Thorrington, previously head of Europe and the Middle East, was tapped as company president and chief operating officer. Tiger Wessels remains UTi chairman.
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