SOURCE: Conforce International, Inc.

November 17, 2010 08:00 ET

Conforce Announces Appointment of V.P. Business Development

TORONTO--(Marketwire - November 17, 2010) - Conforce International, Inc. ("Conforce" or "Company") (PINKSHEETS: CFRI) is pleased to announce the appointment of David M. Stern as Vice President, Business Development, Conforce USA, Inc. Mr. Stern will be responsible for the Company's sales initiative of EKO-FLORpanels to the North American truck and trailer industry.

Mr. Stern joins Conforce with over thirteen years of industry experience, including positions with market leaders GE Industrial and Freuhauf Trailer Services, a division of Wabash National. Mr. Stern possesses a unique skill-set that will enable him to drive sales of EKO-FLOR throughout each market segment of the truck and trailer industry, including manufacturers, lessors and fleet operators. 

Conforce President Perry Pearlman commented that, "the Company will leverage David's industry expertise and relationships to bolster sales of EKO-FLOR panels manufactured at our newly minted facility in Peru, Indiana. David's proven sales success and recognition among target customers will prove to be an invaluable asset to Conforce."

About Conforce International

Management of the Company has been in the shipping container and highway trailer business for over 25 years. The Company has developed an innovative composite flooring system, EKO-FLOR, engineered to replace the outmoded hardwood flooring currently employed by the transportation industry. The Company is targeting its initial sales efforts on the container and trailer industries which have been aggressively seeking a viable replacement for apitong tropical hardwood and laminated oak flooring, respectively. EKO-FLOR is significantly lighter, stronger and more durable than wood. The product possesses superior quality and performance characteristics including complete resistance to stains, odors, absorption of oil or liquid chemicals, microbial and insect attack. EKO-FLOR will not corrode, delaminate or absorb water. The solution is cost-effective, has a reduced carbon footprint and is environmentally responsible. In 2009, Conforce and Bayer, a leading global material sciences conglomerate, became project partners for the purposes of commercializing EKO-FLOR. The product has been certified by the American Bureau of Shipping for use in ocean-going containers worldwide and recently passed TTMA RP-37 certification for use in highway trailers. The Company has commenced customer evaluations of its product with top-tier shipping lines and highway trailer manufacturers. For more information on the Company, please visit

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