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Thursday, January 13, 2011
Italian Replicator Purchases SINGULUS Blu-ray Production Line


SINGULUS TECHNOLOGIES AG announced the sale of a BLULINE Replication System to Decibel Trading Service srl (DTS), Italy.

SINGULUS has become the global market leader with numerous Blu-ray production systems at customer sites worldwide. The SINGULUS Blu-ray disc production systems of the BLULINE series are designed for the reliable production of Blu-ray discs according to the specifications issued by the BDA. Blu-ray production systems from SINGULUS are "3D-ready."

Decibel Trading Service is an Italian replicator of CD, CD-ROM and DVD with production facilities in Linate near Milano. The company also provides offset printing for the paper and cardboard industry. Besides disc manufacturing, Decibel also supplies ancillary production services including DVD authoring.

SINGULUS is the only company worldwide providing the complete value chain for all optical disc formats: Mastering, Molding, Replication. Up to now, SINGULUS has delivered more than 85 Blu-ray disc production machines to its customers around the world. The company also plans to expand considerably its activities in the solar segment and intensify its market activities. Accordingly, new equipment for the photovoltaics industry is introduced to the market.


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