Cinram is positioned well to adapt .......

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    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20050805.wcinram0805/BNStory/Business/


    "He added that Cinram is positioned well to adapt to a possible market
    shift toward new high-definition DVDs or next-generation Blu-ray disc
    technology, having upgraded its manufacturing plants to handle either
    format.

    “We are confident that high-definition discs, be they HD-DVDs or
    Blu-ray discs will represent a significant growth opportunity for
    Cinram in the years to come,” Ritchie said, though he added that
    Cinram will gauge consumer demand before making any major capital
    outlays to support higher volume processing of either format."






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