Company InfoPress Release -- June 29, 2006



For Immediate Release:

Flexible Assembly Systems Launches Major Tool Repair Center

San Francisco, CA, June 29, 2006 - Flexible Assembly Systems, a major North American distributor of AIMCO, Ingersoll Rand, and Makita assembly tools, has launched Flexible Toolfix, an initiative at maintaining it’s dominance in the tool repair marketplace. Flexible Toolfix is a simple and quick way for manufacturers to maintain and repair valuable tools, as opposed to the high costs of replacement.

“Manufacturing companies can reduce their equipment budgets significantly by using Flexible Toolfix,” states Eddie Silverberg, President of Flexible Assembly Systems, Inc. A tool that needs a spring, tool casing, or dc motor replacement will often times be replaced by a new tool. Flexible’s new initiative aims to reduce costs for end-customers by focusing on the life of the assembly tool. Pneumatic or electric tools have tool calibration settings, and specific tool parts that, if properly maintained, can significantly extend the life of the tool.

“Power tool repair and calibration is critical for our customers,” Silverberg says. “It’s not just about the purchase of the new electric or pneumatic tool, but the consistent follow-up that’s important.” Flexible Toolfix, part of Flexible Assembly’s ongoing efforts with light assembly customers, is an extension of its currently existing line of pistol grip, angle, and in line screwdrivers, nutrunners, and cordless tools. The company also provides torque calibration accessories and bits that are critical to extending the tool’s life.

About Flexible Assembly Systems, Inc.

Flexible Assembly Systems has been working together with firms requiring light-assembly solutions since 2003. The company’s product list is extensive, and includes assembly tools, automotive tools, torque products, bits and fastener systems, and material handling systems.

For additional information, contact:
Eddie Silverberg, President
Flexible Assembly Systems
www.FlexibleAssembly.com
800.696.7614, x25

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Press Release -- June 29, 2006



For Immediate Release:

Flexible Assembly Systems Launches Major Tool Repair Center

San Francisco, CA, June 29, 2006 - Flexible Assembly Systems, a major North American distributor of AIMCO, Ingersoll Rand, and Makita assembly tools, has launched Flexible Toolfix, an initiative at maintaining it’s dominance in the tool repair marketplace. Flexible Toolfix is a simple and quick way for manufacturers to maintain and repair valuable tools, as opposed to the high costs of replacement.

“Manufacturing companies can reduce their equipment budgets significantly by using Flexible Toolfix,” states Eddie Silverberg, President of Flexible Assembly Systems, Inc. A tool that needs a spring, tool casing, or dc motor replacement will often times be replaced by a new tool. Flexible’s new initiative aims to reduce costs for end-customers by focusing on the life of the assembly tool. Pneumatic or electric tools have tool calibration settings, and specific tool parts that, if properly maintained, can significantly extend the life of the tool.

“Power tool repair and calibration is critical for our customers,” Silverberg says. “It’s not just about the purchase of the new electric or pneumatic tool, but the consistent follow-up that’s important.” Flexible Toolfix, part of Flexible Assembly’s ongoing efforts with light assembly customers, is an extension of its currently existing line of pistol grip, angle, and in line screwdrivers, nutrunners, and cordless tools. The company also provides torque calibration accessories and bits that are critical to extending the tool’s life.

About Flexible Assembly Systems, Inc.

Flexible Assembly Systems has been working together with firms requiring light-assembly solutions since 2003. The company’s product list is extensive, and includes assembly tools, automotive tools, torque products, bits and fastener systems, and material handling systems.

For additional information, contact:
Eddie Silverberg, President
Flexible Assembly Systems
www.FlexibleAssembly.com
800.696.7614, x25

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