SOURCE: Conforce International, Inc.

September 22, 2006 08:00 ET

Conforce International (CFRI) Announces Interview With General Alexander Haig

TORONTO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- September 22, 2006 -- Conforce International, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: CFRI), developers of the revolutionary EKO-FLOR composite container flooring system, announced today that the interview of Conforce President and CEO, Marino Kulas, by General Alexander Haig of World Business Review, was taped in Florida on September 15, 2006. The interview focused primarily on the benefits of EKO-FLOR and the positive impact it is expected to have on the container industry.

The World Business Review segment is expected to air on CNBC in mid October. Company officials reported that the interview went extremely well and that the segment should help increase the overall exposure of the company's EKO-FLOR product by reaching a broad and diverse audience. In addition to the issuance of a company press release and an opt-in investor email distribution, a second release will be issued via business wire to over one million money managers, pension funds, institutions and analysts prior to the airing of the interview.

About World Business Review

World Business Review is hosted by General Alexander Haig, the former White House Chief of Staff for President Nixon, and former White House Secretary of State for President Reagan. The recipient of 22 Telly and Aegis awards, the show is aired to 84 million households via cable TV, and 54 million homes via DirecTV & Dish Network. In addition to CNBC, the show can be seen on Bravo, Asia Television, United Airlines in-flight programming to International business travelers, and by students as curricula on campus television at over 90 U.S. universities such as Dartmouth, Notre Dame, Georgia Tech, Georgetown, and NYU.

About Conforce International

Management of the Company has been in the container business for over 25 years. In addition to the company's business of container handling and storage through its 5,000+ container capacity terminal facility, Conforce has also been engaged in the research and development of a proprietary composite product designed to change the way shipping containers are made, worldwide. The Company has developed a material that simulates the characteristics of wood while testing lighter, stronger and more cost-effective. The environmentally friendly product, named EKO-FLOR, is currently in phase two testing with a planned launch in Fall 2006. For more information on the Company, its EKO-FLOR product, or its Terminal Operations, please visit:

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