Printronix Resellers Expand Into RFID Sales and Consulting

June 1, 2005
IRVINE, Calif., /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Printronix Inc.(Nasdaq: PTNX), the leading integrated supply-chain printing solutionsmanufacturer, today named

IRVINE, Calif., /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Printronix Inc.
(Nasdaq: PTNX), the leading integrated supply-chain printing solutions
manufacturer, today named four of its long-standing resellers as new members
of its Certified RFID Integrator Program. ABA Moriah, Integrated Labeling
Systems, Lowry Computer Products and Priority Printer Solutions now will
market Printronix's best-selling SmartLine ultra-high-frequency (UHF) radio
frequency identification (RFID) printing solutions to their end-user
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"We are recognizing and rewarding these partners for demonstrating their
expertise with Printronix solutions as well as RFID proficiency in logistics
and supply-chain applications," said James B. McWilson, vice president, sales,
the Americas, Printronix. "They will participate in lead-generation programs
and have access to information and support aimed at building business with the
nation's top retailers, the Department of Defense and their suppliers."

The following distributors received certification from Printronix and join
Printronix's previously announced partners:

ABA Moriah -- Founded in 1962 and headquartered in Dallas, ABA Moriah is
a leading supplier of computer printers, on-site printer maintenance, printer
supplies and pen computing products. ABA Moriah markets a selection of the
industry's leading business- or production-class products, suitable for a
variety of printing application.

Integrated Labeling Systems -- Founded in 1985, ILS is an automatic
ID/RFID solution supplier. ILS specializes in supplying labeling systems
and RFID labeling systems, including professional services, software
(middleware), readers, Printronix printers, smart labels, tags, ribbons
and service.

Lowry Computer Products -- A leading manufacturer and systems integrator,
Lowry provides RFID-EPC, bar code, wireless and data collection solutions
that are in the vanguard of technology, equipment and industry compliance.
Lowry, a 25-year Printronix business partner and an authorized Printronix
service provider, offers customers RFID-EPC supply-chain solutions that
include installation and integration, EPC printers, readers and scanners,
software, automated labeling systems, Smart Trac(TM) RFID labels, a nationwide
service network and 24x7 technical support. Lowry's application expertise
includes compliance labeling, shipping and receiving, warehouse/inventory
management and more. Lowry is a member of the EPCglobal Solution Partner
program and a member of AIM, the organization for Automatic Identification and

Priority Printer Solutions -- Priority Printer Solutions is a sales and
service company based in Marietta, Ga., with offices in Nashville, Tenn.,
Raleigh, N.C. and Bowling Green, Ky. Initial offerings included applications
solutions and hardware maintenance services mainly in the computer printer
arena. Early acquisition provided growth into PC and networking services.
Later, growing technology and increasing consumer awareness drove an expansion
into a wider variety of products, platforms, peripherals, and services. In
addition to the core products are scanners, readers, tags, labels, site
surveys, RF equipment, and RFID education, equipment and implementation.

About Printronix Inc.
Since 1974, Printronix Inc. (Nasdaq: PTNX) has created innovative printing
solutions for the industrial marketplace and supply chain. The company is the
worldwide market leader in enterprise solutions for line matrix printing and
has earned an outstanding reputation for its high-performance thermal and
fanfold laser printing solutions. Printronix also has become an established
leader in pioneering technologies, including radio frequency identification
(RFID) printing, bar code compliance and networked printer management.
Printronix is headquartered in Irvine, Calif. For company information, see

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