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Visual Frontier Inc.
Visual Frontier Announces Success at Germany's CeBit Show
TAIPEI, Taiwan , July 23, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Visual Frontier, Inc. (OTCBB:VFTR), formerly Air Test Technology, Inc., a Delaware corporation, announced the tremendous success of its showing at CeBit-2003 with many worldwide distributors, large-scale notebook and drive manufactures expressing interest in Visual Frontier's stylish and unique portable drives and other electronics peripherals. Visual Frontier anticipates heavy demand from several companies based on interest at the exhibit held three months ago in Germany and follow up enquiries since. Companies such as Japan's TEAC and Holland's Waitec were among those who have demonstrated a high level of interest in business cooperation with Visual Frontier. "Participation in international forums and product exhibitions is crucial to the continued expansion of our company and we are confident in the new business opportunities that were forged at CeBit," remarked a company spokesperson.
Scania Six-month Report - January - June 2003
SODERTALJE, Sweden, July 23, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Scania (OtherOTC:SVKBF): "Although the profit development has been satisfactory, the growth of the economies in Scania's main markets in western Europe continued to deteriorate, and our order bookings declined. Outside western Europe, demand improved and compensated for the volume drop in that region. However, most of the vehicles sold to markets outside western Europe are lower-specified ones and thus contribute less to profits. Overall, we remain cautious regarding the outlook during the rest of the year," says Leif Ostling, President and CEO.
Olof Stenhammar sells shares in OM
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, July 23, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- OM (Other OTC:OMGPF): Olof Stenhammar, founder and chairman of the Board of OM, has sold 400 000 shares in OM. Following the sale, Olof Stenhammar & companies' holding in OM amounts to 3 017 590 shares.
Framfab Interim report January -- June 2003
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, July 23, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Framfab began collaborating with 30 new clients during the first half of the year, while continuing to enjoy the trust of all of its big clients. Owing partly to postponed assignments, net revenue was lower than in the first quarter. Net revenue totaled SEK 132.3 million (195.7) in January-June and SEK 59.7 million (87.8) in April-June.