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The Imaging Source Europe Moves to New Premises

IMPORTANT: The Imaging Source Moves to New Premises

Tomorrow will be an historic day for The Imaging Source. We have finally outgrown our current premises here in Kohloekerstrasse 61 and need to move to somewhere far more spacious. Our new residence is as follows:

The Imaging Source Europe GmbH
Überseetor 18
28217 Bremen
Germany

Tel: +49 421 335 910
Fax: +49 421 335 9180

The telephone numbers and fax number remain the same. Please note that our free support service will not be available on Thursday 20th April 2000, as this is the actual day of our move and thus the computers and telephones (and in fact the entire office infrastructure) will be somewhere between here and the new building during that day. As the following day and the following Monday are bank holidays here in Germany, we will be open for business as usual on Tuesday 25th April 2000. Naturally, you can still send us e-mail and even faxes during this period - the only thing that will be missing is the free TX telephone support.

We would be very grateful if you could update your address database entry for us.

This move affects the German office only. The Imaging Source in Charlotte, USA will remain exactly where it is and will be open as usual. We are looking forward to serving you in our new premises and thank you for your understanding.

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Best regards

The Newsletter Team

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