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    DELACAMP Buys Minority Equity in Future Graphics

    Future Graphics, LLC and DELACAMP AG, two distributors of imaging supplies
    and components, announced on Feb. 14 that DELACAMP has taken a minority equity
    position in Future Graphics.

    As part of the move, Juergen Nuppenau, managing director of DELACAMP, becomes
    the newest member of the Future Graphics board of directors.

    “The Future Graphics and DELACAMP alliance is well positioned to support our
    customer base with the highest quality and the latest in laser and inkjet
    supplies, and most importantly, to respond to the challenge of the OEMs with
    their plethora of new product offerings,” said Nuppenau. “Deriving the solutions
    to these new printers represents the challenge and the opportunity to our
    industry. Future Graphics and DELACAMP, as proud partners, are investing
    together in the future of the remanufacturing industry by stepping up to answer
    this challenge.”

    The move comes after a year-long partnership between the two organizations to
    better serve the global cartridge manufacturing industry. The alliance was
    intended to maximize the companies’ joint resources. The organizations have a
    total of 19 facilities worldwide and a joint technical team of more than 30
    mechanical and electrical engineers, chemists, and other technical staff.

    The purchase also brings the companies to a combined 10,000 square feet of
    laboratory space, including Future Graphics’ new ink and inkjet lab in
    California and DELACAMP’s new lab at its corporate facility in Hamburg,