Interplex Medical Expanding Global Capabilities

Milford, OH – April 4, 2006 - Interplex Medical LLC, a division of Interplex Industries, announced today that it has expanded its global capabilities to include Europe and Asia. Interplex Medical (UK), based in Arbroath, Scotland and Interplex Medical (China), based on Hangzhou, China, will be serving the contract manufacturing needs for each of these respective regions.

"Interplex Industries has operated in the United Kingdom since 1968 and in China since 1996,” said Randy Palmer, President of Interplex Medical LLC. " The company has extensive experience providing precision stamping, molding and assembly services from both locations. I am excited that Interplex Medical has the opportunity to leverage the specialized knowledge at these locations to expand our capabilities to serve the needs of the medical industry.

Jack Seidler, President and CEO of Interplex Industries added, "The expansion of Interplex Medical into Europe and China demonstrates our commitment to the medical industry. It allows us to capitalize on our reputation of innovation in these regions and offer comprehensive contract manufacturing solutions to medical device OEMs throughout Europe and Asia."

Interplex Medical was founded in 2004 as a contract manufacturer to provide product design and development services, prototyping, and manufacturing services to medical device OEMs. Product development, design and prototyping activities are performed at the Interplex Medical facility in Milford, OH. Each Interplex Medical facility will operate a class 100,000 clean room for device manufacturing.

Interplex Industries, headquartered in Flushing, NY, was founded in 1958 and provides precision metal stamping, electroplating, insert and injection molding, metal etching and assembly services around the world. Interplex currently provides its services to the communications, electronics, medical and automotive markets. The company has facilities in the United States, Mexico, China, India, Scotland, France, Germany and Hungary.