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Media Technology has won two medals

25 August 2005

Digital media logistics company Media Technology has won two medals at the SGIAA (Screen and Graphic Imaging Association of Australia) 4th Annual Screen & Digital Print Awards.

Media Technology achieved wins for both its entries in the screen printed CD or DVD category, taking silver for its CD "Marine Aquarium' and bronze for its 'Global Video Recruitment" CD.

The awards are open to screen printing companies, digital imaging professionals, or individuals from Australia, New Zealand or Pacific region. Advertising companies or graphic designers who have commissioned work through a screen-printing or graphic imaging company are also eligible.

About Media Technology

Established in 1989 and listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange in 2004, Media Technology is Australasia's Leader in Business to Business e-Fulfillment of Digital Media Products.

Headquartered in Auckland New Zealand, the company has over 100 staff and 4 offices in Australia and New Zealand.

Operating across four major regional centers - Auckland, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane - the company provides digital media to some of the world's largest and most prominent companies, including accounting firms, consulting firms, legal firms, and technology groups.


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