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Akerstroms launches new rugged computer
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Dec. 14, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Akerstroms is launching Trux 600-a new generation of wireless computers that endure challenging environments. This product line tolerates violent shock and vibrations, extreme cold in freezer rooms and severe heat in ironworks. The Trux 600 is based on a new modular-design architecture that facilitates adding new functions and thus secures customers' investments, today and tomorrow.
Bulldog Technologies, Inc.
Bulldog Technologies Attracts High Quality Channel Partners
RICHMOND, British Columbia, Dec. 14, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Bulldog Technologies Inc. (OTCBB:BLLD), a leading provider of wireless cargo security solutions announced today that the number of contacts made at the recent Intermodal Expo in San Antonio, Texas topped the century mark but more important were the number of resellers that expressed an interest in Bulldog's security solutions.
Swedish Match: The Ban on Snus Survives ECJ Challenge
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Dec. 14, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- "Today's ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) is, of course, a disappointment to us, but it does not come as a surprise," says Bo Aulin, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Swedish Match, in a comment to the outcome of the two court cases now determined by the ECJ. "We had turned to the Court to get an objective, unbiased and legally based assessment and ruling, but unfortunately it seems the Court have chosen to deliver a political rather than legal judgment. This does not improve the reputation of the European Union in Sweden."
SCA Acquires Munksjo's Tissue Operations
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Dec. 14, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- SCA has acquired Munksjo's all tissue assets for a purchase price of SEK 249 M (EUR 28 M). Munksjo's net sales in 2004 are expected to amount to about SEK 420 M. Production, which is carried out in Jonkoping, Sweden and Drammen, Norway, amounts to approximately 45,000 tons and focuses both on the consumer tissue and Away From Home (AFH) markets.