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DCM, Acucote extend sales agreement

January 9, 2007

Diversified Converter Materials Inc. (DCM), of Cincinnati, OH, USA, and Acucote Inc. of Graham, NC, USA, have announced a multi-year extension to their joint sales and marketing agreement for DCM’s proprietary line of MagikStik and sheetfed media products.

Under the terms of the agreement, Acucote will market and sell the DCM product line through its existing national sales network and serve as the licensee coater to DCM.

MagikStik is a light tack removable adhesive system that features the properties of repositionability, reusability, and controlled tack over time. The product is available in white (topcoated and non-topcoated) as well as matte and gloss clear (non-topcoated) vinyls on a variety of sheet and roll label liners.
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