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U-SHIP, INC. NAMES SENSKE AS NEW CHAIRMAN AND CEO

 MINNEAPOLIS, March 22 /PRNewswire/ -- U-Ship, Inc., creator of the 24-hour Automated Shipping Terminal, announced today that it has named Bruce H. Senske as the company's chairman and chief executive officer. Senske brings more than 16 years of business management experience and expertise to U-Ship.
 Before joining U-Ship, Senske held a variety of top level positions with Vocam Systems, a division of Pitney Bowes. Most recently, he was vice president of strategic marketing and product planning for the company where he was responsible for formulating Vocam's strategic marketing direction and developing the company's product line strategy. Previously, he served as vice president of marketing and customer services. In that position, he implemented a worldwide marketing strategy for Vocam, including product line definition, planning and training, customer services and support, and the successful completion of custom projects.
 Vocam provides consulting services and logistics software used in transportation management. The company focuses specifically on automating systems through user-friendly workstations.
 Senske has also served as chief financial officer for National Office Interiors, Inc. of Minneapolis and senior vice president of First Bank Hopkins. He is a graduate of Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn., where he majored in economics and mathematics.
 U-Ship President and Co-founder Gary Ramsden said, "We are extremely pleased to have Bruce Senske join the U-Ship team. His leadership capabilities and extensive management background in marketing, banking and corporate finance, and automation technologies are critical to the success of the organization."
 U-Ship, Inc. manufactures and operates self-service, small package shipping stations called "Automated Shipping Terminals." The terminals, which are activated by inserting a credit card, provide 24-hour, fully automated service to it users. U-Ship offers a convenient and less expensive way to send packages than packaging stores and pick-up services provided by delivery companies. The company plans to locate Automated Shipping Terminals in a variety of sites including convenience stores, industrial parks and carrier service terminals. U-Ship common stock is traded on the Minneapolis/St. Paul local over-the-counter market.
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