Press Release: V2001308
Patrina Mak
Marketing Manager
3 Jalan Mata Ayer
Singapore 759150

25 March 2001

A promotion tour throughout Asia, including Thailand, Taiwan, Japan
& Singapore in March 2001

In March 2001, Mr. Dieter Muller organized a promotion tour throughout Asia to present ProLace Designing & Punching System to the public for the first time. Mr. Muller visited Thailand, Taiwan, Japan and Singapore.

A government organization of Japan, "JETRO" has given an assistance to AllCAD to provide their Business Center and seminar room for the presentation. Furthermore, JETRO also invite related visitors to joint the valuable seminar. During the tour, the response from customers side is very enthusiastic. They raised up a lot of questions to show their curiosities for the invention of the new system

"Japan is one of our target markets to launch ProLace, if the feedback is satisfactory, we will develop a Japanese version of ProArt and ProLace in the future." said by Mr. Dieter Muller, Director of AllCAD.

"In October, we will participate in the biggest textile machinery show in Singapore. Meanwhile, we may also organize another tour for Asian customers." said by Patrina Mak, Marketing Manager of AllCAD.

About AllCAD – AllCAD is a developer of CAD applications offering targeted solutions and services for the Embroidery Industry. The company based in Hong Kong, with development in Austria and with Support Centers in Switzerland, Austria and Singapore is specialized in development of Embroidery Design and Punching Systems. AllCAD provides various service ranges from installation over system training on their products to consultancy.

About ProLace 1.5 – ProLace 1.5 is a Combined Embroidery Design & Punching System based on CAD Technology. ProLace 1.5 contains the complete command set of the popular ProArt Embroidery Design System. Therefore you can create perfect designs and punch them, but you can also punch directly on scanned images. With ProLace you can work on ProArt designs. The puncher only has to add underlayers and has to define how to connect the embroidery elements, produced by the designer.