Coretec Inc.

Coretec Inc.

February 06, 2006 09:00 ET

Coretec Inc.: RoHS Material Declaration Reports Now Available

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(CCNMatthews - Feb. 6, 2006) - Coretec Inc. (TSX:CYY), a leading designer and manufacturer of printed circuit boards (PCBs), formally announced today the availability of comprehensive material content documentation consistent with the European Union (EU) Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) legislation.

"We have expended tremendous energy & resource over the past 18 months to be able to provide our customers with detailed RoHS-compliant material declaration reports for their printed circuit boards", commented Jeff Canavor, Executive Vice President.

"With our core business the manufacture of time-critical PCBs, we have to be in position to provide this detailed material content information to our customers in an expedited manner."

"Further, as of July 1, 2006, the EU has set a 28 day window within which an OEM must provide detailed material content reports at the full-product level. This will pose quite a challenge, as the level of detail at the PCB-level alone is quite onerous. Nonetheless, Coretec is in position to provide these reports now, which is of great benefit to our customers as they accelerate the transition of their designs to RoHS-compliant technology."

With operations in Toronto, Denver and Cleveland, as well as off-shore sourcing competency to Asia, Coretec is one of the leading North American-based designers and fabricators of rigid and rigid-flex printed circuit boards for the prototype and quick turnaround production segments of the North American and European markets. Coretec distinguishes itself from its competitors by providing complete printed circuit board solutions, including design, advanced prototyping and quick turnaround production across a diverse range of product technologies and approvals.

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