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Korber PaperLink shows its expertise at Polygraphinter in Moscow

Tuesday, October 26, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

Moscow; October 22, 2004 – Körber PaperLink will exhibit at Polygraphinter in Moscow, November 15-19, in booth 304, hall B. At this premier fair for the printing and converting industry in Russia and the other CIS countries, the company will provide information about its full product range of paper and tissue converting machinery, including sheeting and packaging systems. In addition to the information about its product lines, KPL will also present the Technical Improvement Programs (T.I.P.s) which make it possible to modernize customers' equipment of the KPL companies through conversions and retrofits, to meet future production demands. This year's Polygraphinter coincides with the first anniversary of KPL Russia, the company’s accredited representative office in the Russian Federation. The founding of this representative is KPL's investment in a longterm presence in the Russian speaking markets. “Since November 2003 we have made real progress together with our customers. Many projects in the paper, tissue and hygiene industries are nearly finalized. Several new machines from the KPL companies are already in use in Russian and Ukrainian plants. Our customers appreciate the prompt original spare parts supply as well as the hotline advice. As part of an international group, KPL Russia can offer its customers support throughout all steps of their business. This includes advice in financing questions, raw materials' supply as well as in the organization of production and sales,” says Elena Tkatch, Director of KPL Russia.

 

 

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