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Winner Medical Orders Spunlace Line

August 31, 2009

Fourth line will help meet increased demand for PurCotton.

Winner Medical Group has entered into a contract with a Chinese machinery producer to purchase a new production line for its PurCotton products. The new line is the company’s fourth for the manufacture of PurCotton nonwoven fabrics; it will be installed in Winner’s Huanggang site and is expected to start production in the second quarter of 2010.

Jianquan Li, CEO said, "The recognition of top-tier clients to the premium quality of our PurCotton products leads to an increasing market demand. Currently, orders from our clients in China, the U.S., Japan and other countries reached approximately 150 tons per month, and it is expected to increase in the future. The new production line will increase our production capacity of PurCotton products so as to meet the increasing demand."

PurCotton features innovative, technologically-enhanced fabric offering significant advantages to synthetic nonwoven products. It is more eco-friendly and has greater absorbency and higher tensile strength. Additionally, the company’s patented advanced automation and design process, which is obtained in China, the U.S., Russia, Singapore, South Africa, and 34 member states of the European Patent Office, reduces the average cycle time for production of the finished cloth from raw materials.

Winner Medical is a leading manufacturer in the medical dressing industry (medical and wound care products) in China. Headquartered in Shenzhen, the Company has seven wholly owned manufacturing and distribution facilities, four joint venture factories and more than 5000 employees. The company engages in the manufacture, sale, research and development of medical care products, wound care products, home care products and PurCotton products, a nonwoven fabric made from 100% natural cotton.

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