SOURCE: Conforce International, Inc.

November 29, 2006 07:00 ET

Conforce International (CFRI) Announces Results of Phase Three Industry Certification Testing of EKO-FLOR

TORONTO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- November 29, 2006 -- Conforce International, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: CFRI), developers of the revolutionary EKO-FLOR composite container flooring system, announced today that Phase Three EKO-FLOR product testing has been completed. The company is extremely pleased to report that the product has been fully certified by the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) for use in shipping containers worldwide.

The third and final phase of EKO-FLOR product testing was conducted by ABS in Shanghai, China. ABS, through its network of over 150 offices in 70 countries, is recognized as a leading, global registrar offering ISO auditing and certification in compliance with the requirements of international accreditation bodies. Since 1862, ABS has been setting safety standards for the marine industry through the establishment and application of technical standards, known as Rules, for the design, construction and operational maintenance of ships and other marine structures. The EKO-FLOR equipped container was assessed and certified for conformity in connection with container industry requirements and passed all of the governing bodies' strength and safety tests.

The positive results will now enable the company to implement their aggressive sales strategy in order to capture market share of the multi-billion dollar shipping container industry. Conforce President and CEO Marino Kulas was quoted as saying that, "This is a monumental day in the evolution of Conforce. The dedication and ingenuity of our team has been officially recognized. I offer my heartfelt thanks to all of our employees, customers and shareholders who believed in us and in our vision of change. Specific mention must also be made to a dedicated group in China, for whose tireless and relentless support I am truly grateful. The development of EKO-FLOR was a global collaboration made possible by the unconditional efforts of so many. Words cannot accurately describe what I am feeling today."

Conforce Vice President of Product Development, Joseph DeRose, who was one of the Conforce contingent in attendance at the testing in Shanghai, added that, "It was truly a remarkable sight to see our product withstand the extreme testing conditions necessary for certification. I am proud to be part of the Conforce organization and this historic development in the container industry."

Conforce will now unveil its product to the container industry in Hamburg, Germany on December 5th - 7th, 2006 at the 31st annual Intermodal Conference. The show is considered the world's leading container event and marks the commencement of the company's "Prepare for Change, Worldwide" sales initiative.

About Conforce International

Management of the Conforce has been in the container business for over 25 years. In addition to the company's terminal operations division that provides complete services to the International steamship lines through its 5,000+ container facility, Conforce has developed a revolutionary composite product designed to change the way shipping containers are made, worldwide. The environmentally friendly product, registered as EKO-FLOR, was recently certified by the American Bureau of Shipping for use in shipping containers. The product will be officially launched on December 5th, 2006 at the 31st annual Intermodal Conference in Hamburg, Germany, the world's leading container event. For more information on the Company, its EKO-FLOR product, or its Terminal Operations, please visit:

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