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Escher-Grad Welcomes Robert F. Lee, New Vice President of Sales

Thursday, August 29, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

MONTREAL, CANADA - AUGUST 28TH, 2002 - Escher-Grad Technologies Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert F. Lee as Vice President of Sales. A dedicated team player, he joins an elite group of professionals to ensure strategic growth of the Cobalt-series of violet CTP systems. With over 30 years in sales and marketing, Mr. Lee brings a wealth of experience to the management team and will provide leadership and direction in the development and implementation of the company's growth strategy. Mr. Lee comes to Escher-Grad from M3i Systems were he held the position of Senior Vice President of Sales. Previous to this, he was the Vice President of International Sales Development for Eicon Technology, and held executive positions at Foxboro Canada, Linatex Canada and Asea Brown Boveri. "We are pleased that Robert has joined us in this period of extraordinary growth for Escher-Grad", stated Najeeb Khalid, Chairman and CEO of Escher-Grad Technologies. "His background and pursuit of excellence will be a huge asset and together with Escher-Grad's superior imaging technology will make a winning combination. " Launched in 1999, the Cobalt-8 was the world's first violet 8-up platesetter and laid the groundwork for violet CTP. The Cobalt-4, the most flexible CTP system in its class, made its international debut at IPEX 2002, turning heads with its speed, quality and incredibly affordable pricing. Now with two plate technologies from four major industry suppliers violet CTP is arguably the industry standard for affordable CTP. For more information on the Cobalt-series of violet laser CTP system and the complete Escher-Grad worldwide distributor network, please visit www.Escher-Grad.com.




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