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Risdon International: Faqueer Ahmad, Jackie Khong, Philip Teu and Linda Cooper

November 2, 2007

Risdon International:
Faqueer Ahmad was appointed to the Risdon Asia management team as executive vice president and managing director. Mr. Ahmad formerly served as Risdon’s executive vice president, international. He will now take up residence in China where he will oversee Risdon’s operations.

Jackie Khong has been appointed director of operations at Risdon Asia’s metal forming and finishing facility. Mr. Khong was most recently employed as director of operations at Intercos (China).

Philip Teu has been appointed director of operations at Risdon Asia’s plastics plant. Mr. Teu formerly worked for ATP (China).

Linda Cooper was named company liaison between Risdon’s U.S. manufacturing facilities and Risdon Asia operations. Her responsibilities will include product coordination and customer service. Ms. Cooper was formerly employed at ATP.
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