SOURCE: American Commerce Solutions, Inc.

October 15, 2007 10:42 ET

IMW Breaking All Records!

BARTOW, FL--(Marketwire - October 15, 2007) - American Commerce Solutions, Inc. (OTCBB: AACS) subsidiary International Machine and Welding, Inc. has registered an eight-year record high production for September 2007.

Daniel L. Hefner, President and CEO of AACS, reported, "IMW recently announced the exceptional preliminary results of second quarter operations. Now the results of September operations have been reported and the company has set a new record high production. Their aggressive marketing and operational quality and timeliness have produced exceptional results. Revenue for September was $268,844, a 37% increase over the same period last year. Year to date, the revenue increase over prior year results has reached $317,817 or 24.7%. Gross profit increased by 51% for the month and 26.2% for the year. Net profit also increased to an unprecedented level. These are remarkable, but consistent results of a significant team effort."

Hefner continued, "The IMW management team continues to excel in maximizing their market and capabilities. They have performed consistently throughout the year. Current revenues are averaging $49K per month higher than last year's average. Expectations remain high for the remainder of the year."

Information about International Machine may be seen at the company website, WWW.AACSSYMBOL.COM.

ACS subsidiary Chariot Manufacturing Company, manufacturers of highly regarded fiberglass motorcycle trailers, maintains a website at

ACS also has a Strategic Partner relationship with American Fiber Green Products, Inc. with web presence at AFGP expects to begin trading on the OTC Bulletin Board in the near future.

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