Nexis International Industries, Inc. (Pink Sheets: NXSI) signs major contract with Chinese Government entity

    TORONTO, Oct. 23 /CNW/ - Nexis International Industries, Inc (Pink
Sheets: NXSI) has entered into a major binding contractual
agreement with a Chinese Government entity. Pursuant to this arrangement, the
Chinese government entity will provide 750,000 kiloton's of mixed solid waste
stream per annum, as a raw materials source for a proposed Nexis International
Manufacturing Plant. Once established the proposed manufacturing plant will
produce enough 5Stargreen building panels to enable the construction of 60,000
homes per annum in the region.
    Marketing license arrangements have also been signed with a Chinese
marketing, distribution and implementation company to exclusively receive all
product from the proposed plant. Walter Filler, Director Business Development,
said that he expected business and plant preparations would be undertaken
within the following months to enable Nexis International to start production
and sales.
    The company's CEO, Rahoul Ray, said this was exciting news and follows
the successful listing of the company on the Deutsche Borse in Frankfurt,
Germany (symbol: 3nx.f).

    Rahoul Ray
    CEO and Director

    About Nexis International Industries, Inc.
    Nexis International Industries have developed an innovative technology
for an environmentally sustainable future. The Nexis International
Manufacturing System was created through significant research and development
into an industrial solution that was able to solve three major issues facing
governments and consumers: waste management, job creation and affordable
housing. The Nexis International Manufacturing System is able to convert
landfill destined waste into environmentally friendly building panels,
marketed under the trade name "5Stargreen(TM)" for use in the construction of
modular houses.

    This press release contains "forward looking" statements within the
meaning of Section 21A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section
21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 as amended, and is subject to the
safe harbors created thereby. Such statements involve certain risks and
uncertainties associated with an emerging company. Actual results could differ
materially from those projected in the Forward looking statements as a result
of risk factors discussed in Nexis International Industries reports that will
be on file with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

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For further information: Rahoul Ray, CEO and Director,

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