Robocom Systems International Inc. (Nasdaq: RIMS) announced that AG Barr plc of Glascow (http://www.agbarr.co.uk), the UK's largest independent soft drink manufacturer, known for its Irn-Bru, Tizer and Orangina beverages, has selected Robocom's RIMS(TM) Warehouse Management System to support AG Barr's expanding business.

Revenues from the agreement will contribute to results for the second fiscal quarter ending November 30, 2000, according to Robocom President and CEO C. Kenneth Morrelly. RIMS will increase customer service and order fulfillment, decrease the need for safety stock, eliminate physical inventories, and streamline other activities, turning warehouse operations into a competitive advantage.

AG Barr was introduced to RIMS through Robocom distributor Minerva Industrial Systems plc (http://www.minervaplc.com). One of the reasons AG Barr selected the Unix version of RIMS was due to Robocom's interface to the QAD MFG/PRO enterprise resource planning system. This feature made RIMS compatible with AG Barr's existing hardware and software in order to create a fully integrated manufacturing and distribution facility. Other factors included the sixteen-week implementation time and Minerva's excellent reputation for RIMS support.

"We're excited about adding AG Barr to the growing number of food and beverage organizations utilizing RIMS," said Mr. Morrelly. "AG Barr joins the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, ConAgra, Unilever, Golden Circle, Agrocom, and Maxser "

Robocom Systems International Inc. (http://www.robocom.com) develops, markets and supports advanced Warehouse Management Systems software that enables customers to expand productivity, reduce costs, and increase profits in their supply chain.

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