Prototype Order for Fuel Cell Plates from a New Asian Customer

Morphic Impact has today received a prototype order for the manufacture of flow plates from a new customer. The Customer is a major Asian industrial group. The flow plates will be integrated in a fuel cell stack. Initial tests with the customer have been conducted at Morphic’s Customer and Technology Center in Shin-Yokohama outside Tokyo, Japan.

“The order is a result of successful initial tests at our Japan site. After we have delivered the plates they will be carefully evaluated by the customer, and will, if the results are successful, lead to further verification orders,” Martin Valfridsson, Morphic Impact’s Managing Director, says.

The opening of Morphic’s Technology and Customer Center in Shin-Yokohama outside Tokyo in February 2008 marked an important step in the company’s marketing strategy for the fast-growing Asian market. The center offers optimization of flow plates for fuel cells to customers throughout Asia. At the center customers can also produce test series prior to ramping up for serial production.

For more information, please contact:
Johannes Falk, Executive Director, Investor Relations, Morphic Technologies AB
Phone: +46 (0)70-676 73 93

This document is an English translation. In the event of any discrepancies between the original Interim Report in Swedish and this translation, the former shall have precedence.

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