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New Facility Quadruples Capacity

ClassOne Equipment Expands Into 40,000 sq. ft. Facility

Decatur, GA | Posted on April 24th, 2007

ClassOne Equipment, Inc., a leading supplier of high quality, reconditioned semiconductor and nanotechnology equipment, today announced the opening of a new sales, marketing, and technical support facility in Decatur, Georgia, significantly expanding the Company's capabilities in the refurbished semiconductor and nanotech equipment market. The new facility will enable the company to continue its growth by expanding sales, administrative, servicing, support and storage capabilities.

The new 40,000 square foot facility, which is conveniently located 15 miles from Atlanta's Hartsfield Airport, effectively quadruples the space of the former facility. The layout features 10,000 square feet of lab space, for refurbishing, showcasing and demonstrating equipment to customers. Customers are welcome to preview or "test-drive" equipment prior to purchasing, however, this is typically not necessary, as most equipment is sold with a 3-month warranty, a 30-day right of return, and a full satisfaction guarantee.

ClassOne Equipment President Byron Exarcos commented, "When we opened our former 10,000 sq. ft. facility in April 2005, we believed we had enough room to expand for the next five years. Two years later, due to incredible growth in our business, we have moved into a facility four times the size of our previous facility". Exarcos continued "This new facility will provide us with the additional capacity we require to support our growing staff, provide us with the ever increasing amount of space we need to showcase and store our burgeoning inventory, and provide us with the additional room we need for upcoming product lines."


About ClassOne Equipment
ClassOne Equipment is a leading supplier of high quality reconditioned semiconductor equipment, offering a wide range of wafer process and metrology equipment including wet benches, mask aligners, photoresist coat & develop systems, etchers, polishers, dicing saws, microscopes, and more. ClassOne’s equipment is fully reconditioned to meet or exceed factory specifications. Equipment is sold with a 3-month warranty, a 30-day right of return and full satisfaction guarantee. ClassOne also purchases surplus equipment. Visit .

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Byron Exarcos
ClassOne Equipment, Inc.

David Pawlak
Vice President
ClassOne Equipment, Inc.

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