Benelux label printers Eti-Technix, Blana, W&R Etiketten, two others order machinery from Rotocontrol: LeoMat Digitakt SRF ordered by Blana and W&R Etiketten, which also ordered LeoMat Practice, Eti-Technix ordered RSD slitter/rewinder inspection machine

TRITTAU, Germany , June 13, 2013 (press release) – Eti-Technix, Blana, W&R Etiketten and two leading label printing companies in the Antwerp area recently purchased ROTOCONTROL and LeoMat finishing machines.

ROTOCONTROL, a manufacturer of leading-edge slitter/rewinder inspection machines today announced the receipt of several purchase orders in the Benelux from Eti-Technix, Blana, W&R Etiketten, and two leading label printing companies in the Antwerp area. The orders were led by Rolf van den Berg of MEG Trading Commercial Solutions, who represents ROTOCONTROL and LeoMat high-speed inspection, slitting, rewinding and die cutting finishing machines in the Benelux.

Eti-Technix, a Belgian printer that specializes in blank and printed labels up to 7 colours, ordered an RSD slitter/rewinder inspection machine that includes a servo-driven die cutting station and printing unit. Built with an 800mm unwind, cartridge shear/razor slitting and rewind system, the RSD’s modular design allows expansion of the basic configuration to meet customer-specific requirements. Eti-Technix offers the latest photogravure technologies, including an HD flexo plate for high-quality printing.

Blana, an innovative family printing business ordered a LeoMat Digitakt SFR with the innovative EPOS option (Electronic Knife Positioning System). Headquartered in The Netherlands, Blana produces paper products including A4 labels, continuous forms, ATM rolls and bank statements. Designed to complement digital printing operations, the Digitakt SFR is a fully modular, versatile finishing machine with a rich standard feature set and a range of optional finishing modules. The ROTOCONTROL EPOS option fully automates the slitting set-up, reducing job change time to less than a minute, even with shear systems using upper and lower blades.

Dutch label printer W&R Etiketten, who produces blank and printed labels in addition to labelproducing accessories including printers, transfer ribbons, label software and label rewinders
ordered a LeoMat Digitakt SFR and a LeoMat Practice. The LeoMat Practice fully-automatic slitting/rewinding machine features full electronic control, integrated job memory, and advanced
electronic components allowing easy operation while providing extremely constant web tension. The two finishing machines join another LeoMat Practice already in operation at W&R Etiketten.

“ROTOCONTROL and LeoMat finishing machines have been very well received in the Benelux,” comments Rolf van den Berg, owner of MEG Trading Commercial Solutions. “These recent orders join numerous other installations in the area, with many converters placing subsequent orders. The product mix available from ROTOCONTROL offers a range of features and customization options that are an ideal fit in this market. I expect continued success in the Benelux.”

About ROTOCONTROL
ROTOCONTROL designs and manufactures leading-edge finishing machines, including the LeoMat brand, for inspection, slitting, rewinding, die cutting, overprinting, digital labels and booklet
labels for converters in the narrow web industry. Available globally, ROTOCONTROL offers machines from smaller basic rewinders to feature-rich, sophisticated models with multiple options
featuring S-Drive Servo Technology enabling maximum web control for the most delicate film and foil materials.

Headquartered in Trittau (Hamburg), Germany ROTOCONTROL maintains the highest level of product quality through ease of use, absolute control and flexibility with a focus on operator safety and efficiency. ROTOCONTROL is the partner of choice in the finishing of label products.

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