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Tuesday, March 30, 2004
Creation's presence at Cebit


CREATION-OPTICAL completed its successful participation at the Cebit. In a big and impressive kiosk, it proved to be one of the biggest companies of the media sector.



CREATION presented the following new products and packing:

·New 4.7GB DVD+R 8x that will be put on the market in April 2004.

·The new packing cake-10 for CD-R/DVD -/+ R sleeve pack in the cd-R 80min/700MB and

·A new series of cleaning products including Lens Cleaner for CD/CD R/DVD/DVD R, PC Wipes and Optical fix plus for disk cleaning.



During the exhibition, apart from their hundreds of new customers who visited the booth, CREATION strengthened their distribution network in Germany, and announced collaboration with big distributors of the media sector for the promotion of its products in the B2B and retail.

CREATION Products are distributed henceforth in more than 45 countries worldwide.


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