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Nashua Corp. Announces Final Results of Tender Offer
Nashua, New Hampshire, USA, 05 July 2007 -- Nashua Corporation (NASDAQ: NSHA), a manufacturer and marketer of labels and thermal specialty papers, today announced the final results of its tender offer to purchase up to 1,900,000 shares of the company’s common stock, which expired at 12:00 midnight, Eastern Time on 28 June 2007.

Based on the final count by the depositary for the tender offer, 751,150 shares of common stock were properly tendered and not withdrawn. The number of shares represents approximately 12% of the issued and outstanding shares of Nashua common stock as of 05 July 2007. Given that the number of shares tendered was less than the number of shares that Nashua offered to purchase, proration was not necessary. The depositary will promptly issue payment of USD 10.50 per share for all of the shares properly tendered and not withdrawn.

Any questions with regard to the tender offer may be directed to Georgeson, Inc., the Information Agent, at 888-605-7508 (toll free) or 212-440-9800 (collect). The dealer manager for the tender offer was Georgeson Securities Corporation.

About Nashua

Nashua Corporation manufactures and markets a wide variety of specialty imaging products and services to industrial and commercial customers to meet various print application needs. The company's products include thermal coated papers, pressure-sensitive labels, colored copier papers, bond, point of sale, ATM and wide-format papers, entertainment tickets, as well as toners, developers, and ribbons for use in imaging devices. Additional information about Nashua Corporation can be found at www.nashua.com.

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