Magplane Joint Venture in Inner Mongolia Executes Entry Agreement with the Baotou Rare Earth High-Tech Industrial Development Zone

BEDFORD, Mass., 29 October 2007 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Magplane Technology, Inc. (Pink Sheets: MAGP) announces today that its Joint Venture, Inner Mongolia Magplane Pipeline Technology Co., Ltd., has executed a formal agreement with the Baotou Rare Earth High-Tech Industrial Development Zone.  This so called ˇ°Entry Agreementˇ± grants the Joint Venture permission to locate within the Economic Zone and to receive the most favorable treatment that is given to companies within the zone including substantial tax benefits. 

The agreement grants the JV Company 32 acres of land to establish a production base with a manufacturing capacity of 200 km/year of double pipeline and to construct a 1 kilometer customer demonstration line.   The cost of the land will be covered by the Economic Zone further demonstrating the importance of this project to the Inner Mongolia mining industry.

The agreement also guarantees that the Central Government quota of permanent magnet rare earth materials will specifically include sufficient supply for the Joint Venture to meet its production of pipeline, which will require 1,500 tonnes of rare earth material per year. 

Binson Du, Magplane Vice President of China Operations, and General Manager of the Joint Venture, notes that ˇ°this guarantee of rare earth material supply is particularly important and valuable because the Government has established a strict quota system on rare earth material.ˇ±

The MagPipe product is expected to become an important technology in Inner Mongolia to reduce the transportation bottleneck currently faced by the coal industry as well reducing cost and pollution levels compared to diesel trucks.


About Magplane Technology, Inc.
Founded by a group of MIT engineers, Magplane Technology, Inc. (MTI) is the developer of the Magplane system, an innovative magnetic levitation (maglev) transportation system that offers significant advancements over other high-speed trains and light-rail transit systems. Magplanes can achieve speeds up to 500 km/hour for inter-city travel and nearly silent operation for urban mass transit systems. The Magplane system has also been adapted for use in a unique pipeline application that can reduce the cost and pollution from diesel trucks used in transporting material from mining operations.
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Jason Mill
Magplane Technology, Inc.

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