Howard Kopelson

The replication technology provider EZ Dupe announced this week that it is moving its headquarters early next year, to a new building five times the size of the company’s current digs. The move, which is scheduled to take place in February, will put the company in City of Industry, Calif., outside Los Angeles, just over 14 miles from its current spot in Sante Fe Springs. The new building, the company says, will help improve its process in terms of warehousing, manufacturing, and office flow; EZ Dupe also plans to make significant use of “green” materials in the operation of the new building.

EZDupe this week announced the release of new duplication products, used for duplication of media cards. The two systems, released under the names CF and SD series, can copy up to 10 to 20 cards, respectively. The architectural standard of these new duplication systems was simplicity and ease of use for corporate, government, military and small office environments,” EZDupe’s director, Howard Kopelson, said in a company statement. For more information, visit www.ezdupe.com

The California-based duplication-system maker EZ Dupe has announced the pending introduction of a new four-color CD/DVD printer that retails for less than $100. The new product, called the Magic Thermal Disc Printer, will be released in September. The product is aimed at those looking to produce “professional-looking” CD and DVD labels, at a “friendly” price point, company director Howard Kopelson said in a statement announcing the product. EZ Dupe added that the Magic printer provides many of the features normally associated with similar but much more expensive products. For more information, please visit www.ezdupe.com

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