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Presstek CFO Moosa E. Moosa Promoted to Executive Vice President

Press release from the issuing company

HUDSON, N.H., Jan. 24 -- Presstek Inc., a leading manufacturer and marketer of environmentally responsible high tech digital imaging solutions for the graphic arts and laser imaging markets, today announced that in addition to his continuing role as Chief Financial Officer, Moosa E. Moosa has been promoted to the newly created position of Executive Vice President at the company. Moosa has been the chief financial officer and vice president - finance at Presstek since March 2002. Prior to joining Presstek, Moosa was executive vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer at Rebar, LLC, a group of technology-based companies. Prior to Rebar, Moosa was vice president - finance, treasurer and chief financial officer, as well as vice president - mergers and acquisitions and investor relations at Chemfab Corporation, a NYSE multinational manufacturer of PTFE composites, engineered products and materials systems for specialized applications. He is a certified public accountant and an AICPA member. Moosa has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Durban-Westville, South Africa. He also received post-graduate diplomas in accounting and taxation law from the Universities of Natal and Witwatersrand, respectively, in South Africa, and was a Fellow at Harvard University in the U.S., where he completed the Program for Management Development. Presstek's President and Chief Executive Officer Edward J. Marino said, "Moosa's incredibly strong financial insight and solid business experience has been a cornerstone to Presstek's success over the past three years. His wise counsel has been an invaluable instrument for Presstek's executive team, as well as its board of directors. He was key to the successful management of the transformation at Presstek and the success of our recent acquisitions. Moosa has proven himself to be an excellent contributor and leader. His promotion to Executive Vice President recognizes his significant role in the company's future."