SOURCE: AmeriChip International Inc.

November 15, 2007 10:00 ET

AmeriChip International Inc. Secures Vendor Numbers From the U.S. Federal Government

CLINTON TOWNSHIP, MI--(Marketwire - November 15, 2007) - AmeriChip International Inc. (OTCBB: ACII), a leader in creating, leading and driving a new worldwide market using a patented Laser Assisted Chip Control (LACC) process for dry machining, announced today that it has been assigned a Central Contractor Registration ("CCR") number by the U.S. Federal Government.

John Aguero, Vice President of Global Business Development for AmeriChip International Inc., stated, "The assignment of this vendor number allows AmeriChip to tender quotations on all U.S. Federal Contracts, including but not limited to the U.S. Armed Forces, the CIA, the FBI and Homeland Security.

"We are currently quoting on a number of opportunities within the U.S. Federal Government system and expect to be favorably considered based on our breakthrough, innovative and proven technology."

AmeriChip has also been assigned a number under the U.S. and Canada Joint Certification Program. This program recognizes that the United States and Canada share a unique, long-standing military and economic relationship. The two countries are partners in the joint defense of North America and have established a bilateral common structure (NORAD) for mutual defense. Canadian industry is recognized as a part of the North American Defense Industrial Base.

In 1985, the United States and Canada signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that established the U.S.-Canada Joint Certification Program (JCP). The program was established "to certify contractors of each country for access, on an equally favorable basis, to unclassified technical data disclosing critical technology" controlled in the U.S. by Department of Defense Directive 5230.25 and, in Canada, by the Technical Data Control Regulations.(1)

Headquartered in Clinton Township, MI, USA AmeriChip International Inc., a patented technology company, holds a patented technology known as Laser Assisted Chip Control, which can be used to re-engineer the manufacturing process for industrial metal machining applications. AmeriChip is committed to keeping jobs in America for Americans.

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