Technical Sourcing to Break Ground on New US Corporate Headquarters

MISSOULA, Mont. (October 24, 2002) – Technical Sourcing International, Inc. (TSI), a leading producer and supplier of raw material ingredients to the nutraceutical industry, is scheduled to officially break ground for its new US corporate headquarters in Missoula, MT on Friday, October 24 at 3:00 pm on the construction site at 7168 Expressway (Missoula Development Park). Completion of the almost 12,000 square foot facility is expected in July of 2003.

The company’s customer support, technical services, research and development, accounting, and marketing personnel, along with its executive management team, will be located in the new corporate headquarters. Aside from its administrative office space, the structure will include warehousing and a material inspection and repackaging area.

Remarking on the new headquarters, Larry Kolb, President of TSI, said, “We believe the new facility will provide the needed space for TSI to grow and operate efficiently well into the future.” Kolb co-founded TSI in 1996 with just two employees. Since that time, its US operations have grown to a team of almost 20, and its Asian operations employ over 500.

Oz is the design firm for the project and is providing construction consultation. Bodell Construction is the building contractor.

About Technical Sourcing International, Inc.
Technical Sourcing International, Inc. (TSI) is a leading researcher, producer, and marketer of nutraceutical ingredients to the dietary supplement, pharmaceutical, and food and beverage industries. Among the numerous botanical, marine, and natural product extracts, as well as, synthesized compounds in its ingredient portfolio, the company also offers several trademarked consumer ingredient brands, including Promilin™, OstivoneÒ, MSV 60Ò, Rusperin C™ and PUREFLEXä Chondroitin and Glucosamine. The company is based in Missoula, Mont., and can be reached at (406) 549-9123 or

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