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Baldwin Awarded Major Orders for Blanket Cleaning Systems

Press release from the issuing company

SHELTON, Conn.--March 2, 2006-- Baldwin Technology Company, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of printing press accessories and control equipment, announced today that it had recently secured significant orders in North America for its Impact(R) automatic cleaning systems. The company valued the orders at approximately $2 million. The Journal and Courier in Lafayette-West Lafayette, Indiana, a Gannett company, ordered Baldwin's IMPACTflex blanket cleaning systems for installation on its new MAN Geoman 70 press which will be delivered this spring. In addition, the Denver Newspaper Agency placed orders for blanket cleaning systems to be fitted on five new Geoman presses that will be installed during the summer. Karl Puehringer, President and COO, commented, "IMPACTflex provides our customers a cleaning system that gives them the flexibility to remain in compliance with increasingly stringent environmental regulations. This unique FLEX cleaning technology allows printers to operate in either the wet PREPAC or dry cloth and solvent mode and incorporates advanced cloth and fluid management features which maximizes cleaning performance while minimizing consumable usage. These orders along with several others that we have recently received have added to our backlogs which have grown noticeably from the levels at the end of the prior quarter."

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