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Exhibit Dynamics, Inc.

FORT WORTH, TEXAS Exhibit Dynamics operated as a full service, custom designer, and manufacturer of trade show exhibits and related products and services. The Company’s primary lines of business are exhibit sales, show services, modular sales, exhibit rentals, and storage.

American Staff Resources, Inc.

DALLAS, TEXAS American Staff Resources was a successful company in the professional employer organization (PEO) industry. The Company acted as a co-employer of approximately 125 client companies of more than 6,000 worksite employees located in 25 states.

Entracare Corp.

A subsidiary of Welcon/Accorde Medical Products LENEXA, KANSAS Entracare Corp. made pumps and devices used to feed incapacitated patients in hospitals and nursing homes.

Welcon/Accordé Medical Products, Inc.

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND Welcon was established in 1976 to serve the healthcare industry as a leading manufacturer of enteral irrigation products, irrigation trays, catheter procedure trays, syringes, and components to be sold into the long-term care market segment, which is comprised of both nursing home and home health care agencies.

Tritrax Healthcare Services

ARLINGTON, TEXAS Tritrax Healthcare Services is a regional leader in comprehensive home health care services. Tritrax is an add-on acquisition to CQ Home Health.

C&J Wholesale Supply, Inc.

DALLAS, TEXAS C & J was a distributor of janitorial supplies to schools, local businesses, and long-term care facilities. After acquiring the company, Ancor leveraged relationships with long-term care facilities and began to distribute medical supplies in addition to janitorial supplies.

Struckmeyer Corporation

DALLAS, TEXAS In May 1995, Struckmeyer Corporation was acquired. The Company was a leading manufacturer to OEMs of medical devices including die-cutting, ultrasonic welding, and impulse welding.

Pacific Device, Inc.

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA In May 1996, Pacific Device was acquired. The Company provided contract manufacturing services to OEMs of medical devices and specialized in radio frequency (“RF”) and ultrasonic welding, clean-room assembly, and offered the potential for low-cost labor through its Mexican operations.

Centrex Precision Plastics, Inc.

BELLEFONTE, PENNSYLVANIA In March 1998, Avail Medical Products, Inc. acquired Centrex Precision Plastics. The company was a manufacturer of molded parts for medical device companies. Centrex operated 60 injection-molding machines in three facilities in Pennsylvania and the Carolinas.

Avail Medical Products, Inc.

FORT WORTH, TEXAS Avail was an innovative medical device company and was the largest provider of outsourced design, development, and manufacturing solutions for finished disposable medical devices in the U.S. Avail had facilities located in Mexico, Europe and China and was sold in 2007 to Flextronics International.
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