Welcome to the U.S.-Ukraine Business Council

Leader in Catastrophic Rebuilds & Program Management

U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC)
Washington, D.C. Thursday, May 15, 2008

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The executive committee of the U.S.-Ukraine
Business Council (USUBC) is pleased to announce, on behalf of the
entire membership, that IMTC-MEI, a subsidiary of Crown Enterprises,
Inc., a Louisiana corporation, has been approved for membership in
USUBC.  IMTC-MEI is USUBC member 76.

IMTC-MEI is recognized by the refining/petrochemical industry and the
insurance industry as the leader in Catastrophic Rebuilds and/or
international program management.

IMTC-MEI made a conscious business decision after successfully
completing the rebuild and start-up of a Vacuum Distillation Unit in
Lithuania to establish a business office in Bratislava, Slovak Republic.

This decision was in part a result of their success with regional staff
members utilized in the rebuild from Ukraine, Lithuania, Russia, Holland,
Czech Republic, Belarus, Bulgaria and Poland.


Based on IMTC-MEI's current successful use of Ukrainian personnel in
Project Management, utilization of Ukrainian Steel and vessel manufacturers, a sound, long term relationship could be developed.

IMTC-MEI is reviewing opportunities in Ukraine to provide refinery/petro-
chemical support, catastrophic rebuild, construction management and pipeline refurbishment.

IMTC-MEI works with owners and insurance companies around the world as
well as USAID, EBRD, World Bank, and other commercial entities in program
management, construction and training personnel.

Jim Clifton is the Chief Operating Officer, Sean T. Regan is Sr. Project
Services Manager for IMTC-MEI and is working with USUBC and Oleksiy
Sheshyn is the Lead Project Controls Engineer, Eastern Europe, Africa,
Asia, Middle East.

IMTC-MEI's Corporate Philosophy and Objectives:

. Contact with numerous nationalities, traditions, and cultures
. Steady growth generated through diversification of employees
. Constant refinement of "Flash Track Methodology" ®
. Maintain an understanding of, and openly accept diverse cultures
. Provide experienced fire rebuild managers who think and act with
  one vision..EXECUTION.
. Accelerated, parallel execution of standard engineering & construction
. On site engineering, procurement & material control
. Advanced project control tools for estimating, planning, scheduling
  and cost control.
. Earned Value Methodologies for verification and performance
. Early development of "work-arounds"
. Schedule analysis using Monte Carlo based Software - Pertmaster
. Execution in 3 dimensions
. Proven Safety and Quality Programs - Behavior Based, Closed loop
. Customized programs for multicultural/multilingual environments
. Consistently achieving 1 MM+ man-hours without a Lost Time Accident
. Short plant start-ups. NO shut downs required
. Integrated QA/QC Program with "Flash Track Methodology" ®

IMTC-MEI is reviewing opportunities in Ukraine for Refinery Support,
Catastrophic Rebuild and Pipelines Refurbishment. IMTC-MEI works with
Owners, Insurance Firms, USAID, EBRD, World Bank, and other commercial
entities in Program Management, Construction and training personnel.

"USUBC is very pleased to have IMTC-MEI join our rapidly expanding
membership," said Morgan Williams, SigmaBleyzer, who serves as President
of USUBC.  "USUBC looks forward to working with IMTC-MEI in 2008."


IMTC-MEI is the 76th member for USUBC, the 24th new member for 2008,
and the 54th new member since January of 2007. USUBC membership has
more than tripled in the past 17 months, going from 22 members in January
of 2007 to 76 members in May of 2008.

The other new members in 2008 are MaxWell USA, Baker and McKenzie
law firm, Och-Ziff Capital Management Group, Dipol Chemical International,
MJA Asset Management, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, Halliburton,
DLA Piper law firm, EPAM Systems, DHL International Ukraine, Air Tractor,
Inc., Magisters law firm, Ernst & Young, Umbra LLC., US PolyTech LLC,
Vision TV LLC, Crumpton Group, American Express Bank, a Standard
Chartered group company, TNK-BP Commerce LLC, Rakotis, American
Councils for International Education, Squire, Sanders & Dempsey LLP,
and International Commerce Corporation. See the complete membership list
at: http://www.usubc.org/members.php.