SOURCE: Conforce International, Inc.

April 12, 2006 01:00 ET

Conforce International (CFRI) Begins Final Internal Testing on EKO-FLOR

TORONTO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 12, 2006 -- Conforce International, Inc. (OTC: CFRI), developer of the revolutionary EKO-FLOR, announced today that it has entered into the final phase of internal product formulation testing on its EKO-FLOR composite container flooring system. The Company is confident that the process will yield positive results over the next few weeks. Once the internal testing phase has been completed, the product will enter the final external testing phase whereby the Company will submit its latest version of its EKO-FLOR equipped prototype container to an independent third party testing organization for final certification. This will serve as verification that the product conforms to international standards and specifications, which will allow the company to sell its product to its customer base, worldwide.

In addition to product formulation testing, the company announced that it has completed work on its latest EKO-FLOR design profile. The profile was developed in response to customer requests for retrofitting of both closed and open-top containers. The Company's initial design was developed for exclusive use in new container manufacturing; however, its latest design will allow its customers to keep or return to active service structurally sound containers that would otherwise be rendered useless, particularly in the case of open-top containers, due to complete wood floor deterioration. The newly developed profile is planned for launch in conjunction with the initial design.

During a visit to the Conforce Terminal last year, Senior official, Mr. Manlio Ginocchio of Costa Container Lines, a container shipping company headquartered in Genoa, Italy, commented that when field strength and reliability tests are completed, he looks forward to purchasing new containers equipped with EKO-FLOR. In addition to new product, Mr. Ginocchio was quoted as saying he "would also like to see a portion of the current Costa fleet retrofitted with the EKO-FLOR."

Conforce President and CEO, Marino Kulas, was quoted as saying that he is "extremely pleased that the product has progressed to this important stage." Mr. Kulas added that "the project is progressing as planned and on schedule, and we look forward to an exciting launch later this year."

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 one testing with a planned launch in mid 2006. For more information on the Company, its EKO-FLOR product, or its Terminal Operations, please visit: www.conforce1.com.

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