Humana Trans Services Holding Corp. Relocates Its Corporate Office to Freehold, New Jersey


HANOVER, Md., Aug. 18, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Humana Trans Services Holding Corporation (Pink Sheets:HTSC) (, as previously stated, is moving and consolidating its corporate infrastructure to a central accounting and operations center in Freehold, New Jersey. HTSC has also decided to relocate its corporate offices to Freehold, New Jersey since the agreement to sell the Humana Trans Services Group, Ltd. ("Group") subsidiary, Mr. Daly's resignation, and to accommodate Chairman and CEO Ronald Shapss, as well as new management members Jeff Raymond of Pylon Management and Alan Hartly, President of HTSC's subsidiary Accountabilities, Inc.

Ronald Shapss, Chairman and now CEO of HTSC, stated, "The consolidation and restructuring we have been engaged in, is starting to really take shape. We have significantly reduced debt and overhead and with the help of Jeff Raymond and his group of professionals, this will provide the infrastructure and systems needed to assist our current CFO, George Riggs, and his team in preparing HTSC for the tremendous growth we envision over our next fiscal year."

About Humana Trans Services Holding Corporation

Established in 2001, Humana is a reporting, publicly traded company listed currently on the Pink Sheets under the symbol "HTSC". The company is now attempting to enter the professional staffing industry, such as accounting and legal staff, engineers, architects and other professional areas.

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