SOURCE: Speedteq-Ti, Inc.

July 11, 2005 13:32 ET

Speedteq Poised to Enter Fastener and Tool Industries

PHOENIX, AZ -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 11, 2005 -- Speedteq-Ti (OTC: SDTQ) is positioning itself to enter the fastener industry which represents over $7.5 billion per year in domestic sales of nuts, bolts, rivets, and other fastening devices, and includes some 26 billion units consumed by the auto industry alone. Speedteq-Ti would like to enter a strategic partnership with a major manufacturer of power and hand tools in order to produce a premium line of co-branded titanium-alloy hand tools.

"Speedteq-Ti Inc. sees tremendous opportunities in providing high-quality, high-strength, lightweight, corrosion-free fasteners and tools that will last longer and outperform non-titanium-alloy products, and that -- for the first time in the industry -- are affordable alternatives to stainless steel and other exotic materials," said Bradley Miller, CEO of Speedteq-Ti, Inc. Other industries that have applications for titanium products include: military/security, civilian marine hardware, cycling, ATVs, golf equipment, ski equipment, and snowmobiles.

About Speedteq-Ti

Speedteq-Ti is a manufacturer of high-strength, affordable titanium fasteners. Speedteq-Ti's fasteners, which include bolts, nuts, socket caps, studs and washers, are made in America. The company has offices and a manufacturing facility in the metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona, area. For more information on Speedteq products and services, visit their website:

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