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Columbia River Resources Inc subsidiary, Traxxec Ltd, reports coverage of its technology at Interpack 2008 (Pink Sheets OTC - CRVR.pk)
Date:4/29/2008

ossible with Rexam," said a spokesman for Rexam.

Traxxec's CEO Amy Scopes comments "This is extremely positive and up-beat news for the company providing early exposure of both the Company and its developed product to target customers in line with our projected business model".

For more information please visit http://www.Traxxec.com

NOTES:

1. Traxxec's technology has worldwide patent protection

2. As part of the proposed business model and product development

process the founders of Traxxec, funded by the pharmaceutical

industry, have undertaken through two pilot installations a

feasibility study on product design and as a consequence of this

work, supplied a fully commercial product for evaluation purposes to

a client with an annual buying capacity of 20,000,000 bottles.

Traxxec Ltd was incorporated specifically to exploit this IP

commercially. Since its incorporation, Traxxec Ltd has also supplied

commercial product for a live, current phase III study in the US. As

part of the technology transfer to Rexam Pharma, commercial product

was successfully manufactured by them and supported by systems

software provided by Traxxec Ltd. To date 21,000 units have been

delivered.

3. The result of the comprehensive testing led to the decision by Rexam

to enter into licensing negotiation and complete the 15 year royalty

licence agreement. The market sector for pharmaceutical product is in

excess of 20 billion US dollars and bottles represent 30% of the

available market per annum.

For further information on Traxxec's developments within the RFID/packaging industry please visit the articles below.

http://www.in-pharmatec
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