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April 25, 2013 - Boca Raton, FL

US AIR FORCE UPDATES EAC 40/80 ATTLA CERTIFICATION

EAC 40/80 Systems Stackability Approved

25 April, 2013 (Boca Raton, FL) - Erudite Inc, today announces receipt of a revised ATTLA certification for its EAC 40/80 containers. The revision approves the EAC to travel in a "stacked mode" aboard DoD cargo aircraft, within weight limitations.

The Department of the Air Force has tasked the Air Transportability Test Loading Activity (ATTLA) with evaluating containers and other items proposed for use in shipping cargo aboard US military cargo aircraft. Standards are strict, and testing is required to ensure that new equipment does not compromise the safety of cargo, equipment, personnel, and aircraft involved in cargo transportation.

"We are extremely pleased with ATTLA's decision to extend the EAC 40/80 certification to include stack ability," said Bob Mooney, Erudite CEO. "The EAC is the first air cargo container approved for use in stacked configuration."

"Some cargo aircraft have as much as 40% empty space above the cargo deck," stated Major General (ret.) Erika Steuterman, V.P. Government Affairs. "The ability to stack cargo containers can save sorties and increase fuel efficiency in an economy where every dollar counts."

EAC 40/80 systems are available for immediate order.

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Erudite Inc. is a privately held company based in Boca Raton, FL, focused in the global cargo security and logistics market.

For more information, contact Bob Mooney at (561) 789-9303 or bob.mooney@erudite.net