Datalogic Revenues for First Nine Months of 2006 up 112 per cent to EURO 281.7 mn, +101 per cent for Third Quarter 2006 (EURO 92.8 mn)

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Net of PSC, Datalogics revenues grew and amounted to EURO 151.1 million (+14 per cent vs the same period in the previous year).  Quarterly report at 30 September 2006 to be approved by Board of Directors on 13 November.

Consolidated revenues came to EURO .7 million for the first nine months of 2006, compared with EURO 132.8 million for the same period the previous year (+112per cent). Revenues for the third quarter alone came to EURO 92.8 million, an increase of 101 per cent on Q305 (EURO 46.2 million).

The Groups consolidation area has changed since 2005, as 2006 revenues also include sales from PSC, a US-based company, acquired at the end of the previous financial year and consolidated as from December 2005. Net of PSC, Datalogics for the first nine months of  2006 sales were up 14 per cent to reach EURO 151.1 mn.

These are the preliminary nine-month sales figures for Datalogic SpA a company listed in the TechStar segment of the Milan Stock Exchange, operating in the design, production and distribution of barcode reader systems and RFID (radio frequency identification devices).  The Board of Directors will meet on 13 November to approve the accounts at 30 September 2006.

The activities aimed at increasing Business Unit value are progressing rapidly and successfully, declared Roberto Tunioli, Datalogics CEO.  We are pleased that attention has been drawn to our industry by IT giants such as Motorola or by important financial operators such as Francisco Partners.  Indeed, Symbol and Metrologic, important players in our market - continued Tunioli have been a focus for their attentions attributing significant economic value.  (See www.symbol.com; www.metrologic.com).

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