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Deerfield, IL

Lisle, IL, August 10, 2006 -- Molex Incorporated (Nasdaq: MOLX and MOLXA) announced today that it has completed the final step in the previously reported acquisition of Woodhead Industries, Inc. through the merger of a wholly-owned subsidiary of Molex with Woodhead. As a result of the merger, Woodhead is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of Molex. The merger followed the recently-completed tender offer by Molex.

Woodhead, based in Deerfield, Illinois, develops, manufacturers and markets networks and electrical infrastructure products engineered for performance in harsh, demanding, and hazardous industrial environments and operates from 21 locations in 10 countries spanning North America, Europe and Asia/Pacific.

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