Olea To Debut First Environmentally Friendly Kiosk

Los Angeles, CA (PressExposure) January 14, 2008 -- he kiosk will be running Experticity’s On-screen Expert software and will be powered by IBM’s latest generation IBM AnyPlace Kiosk.

The kiosks main structure is built entirely of an engineered panel made from Sorghum plant. Sorghum plant is grown around the world for food production. The plant stalks are dried, and heat pressed using a non-toxic adhesive to form the board product. The stalks of the plant are not used in food production and would otherwise be thrown away.

While at this time Olea has no plans to put the kiosk into production it is hoping to spark an interest in the self-service industry to start thinking green. “On a daily basis we recycle all of our cardboard, plastics, and other waste products here at Olea. We feel that this new kiosk is a very innovative step in the right direction showing retailers and other companies that it is possible to go high tech green at the same time,” said Frank Olea Vice President of Olea Inc.

The kiosk can be seen in IBM’s booth in the Green Pavilion at NRF January 14-15 in New York.

Olea Inc. is a privately held Kiosk designer and manufacturer based in Los Angeles California. Olea has been in business for 33 years and specializes in mid to high end kiosks in all quantities.

For more information on Olea visit: http://www.olea.com

About Olea Inc.

Frank Olea
Olea Inc.

(562) 924-2644

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Press Release Submitted On: January 08, 2008 at 2:28 pm
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