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74 NEW ON THE MARKET INDISPENSABLE ALL-ROUNDER The “Dry ALL-IN ONE” hole marker for drawing, marking, labelling and highlighting almost all surfaces. Hauser is now offering this indispensable “tool” for all tradesmen. Complementing this tool is a grip-friendly ABS receptacle, with retaining clip and integrated sharpener, that is safeguarded against falling out. The “Dry ALL-IN ONE” hole marker is refillable with a 2.8 millimetre graphite lead (2B) with automatic refill. PSI 47570 • HAUSER GmbH • Tel +49 911 95649611 info@hauser-writing.com • www.hauser-writing.com THE PERFECT THIRST QUENCHER PSI Journal 6/2016 www.psi-network.de Packed in custom printed packages, the company AS offers a variety of summer teas. The fine fruity taste of tea provides vigour and vitality and is the ideal thirst quencher in summer. Whether on the terrace, after sport or a nice walk – refreshing tea always tastes good. Different types of tea are available in single flavour-sealed tea bags. Of course there are also organic quality varieties. The package is printed according to customer requirements; in addition to the glossy version, an eco carton is also available. More information and samples are available on request. PSI 42676 • AS Advertising Support Werbeträger Vertriebs GmbH • Tel +49 4104 9198356 info@as-advertising.de • www.as-advertising.de CLASSIC MEETS CREATIVITY Who does not know the little round chocolate buttons in a variety of colours? The classic among sweet treats suits every occasion! The special characteristic of the colourful My M&Ms: They feature individual logos, images and advertising messages. The ten gramme My M&Ms bag in a 100 x 44 mm format can be filled with up to 3 different coloured buttons. PSI 42706 • Kalfany Süße Werbung GmbH & Co. KG • Tel +49 7643 8010 info@ksw24.com • www.ksw24.com

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