Rapifax Supplies U.S. Lines With Shipping Industry's First High-Speed Facsimile System

Rapifax Corporation has supplied United States Lines with nine Rapifax 100 units domestically, and seven overseas, creating the first high-speed facsimile system for the transmission of stowage information in the intermodal transport industry. This gives United States Lines the capability to electronically "mail" a letter-sized document virtually anywhere in the world in less than a minute, over ordinary, voice-grade telephone lines.

Rapifax Corporation, a world leader in high-speed f a c s i m i l e transmission equipment, has moved its corporate headquarters to a new building at Seven Kingsbridge Road, Fairfield, N.J. 07006, across the street from its present location. Housed in the new facility will be Rapifax Corporation's complete administrative, marketing, and executive staff.

Rapifax Corporation has sales and service centers throughout the United States. The company's major product, the Rapifax 100 high-speed facsimile system, can electronically "mail" a document to any place in the world in as little as 35 seconds. For further information, contact Gary Winkler, Marketing Support Manager, Rapifax Corporation, Seven Kingsbridge Road, Fairfield, N.J.

07006. Telephone (201) 575-6010.

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