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United Line Rollers to produce Ryno Rollers in Saudi Arabia

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Auburn, Washington - Ryno Rollers has announced that United Line Rollers of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, is the latest company licensed to produce rollers using Ryno roller compounds.  As an authorized Ryno Rollers compound licensee, United Line Rollers will produce the popular Ryno, HydroMetric, and Web Red rollers for the Gulf States market.
Ryno Rollers Vice-President of Sales and Marketing Roger Giza, announcing the new licensee, commented: "Ryno Rollers is pleased to welcome United Line Rollers to the Ryno family.  United Line Rollers customers in the Gulf States can now enjoy the benefits of cooler running rollers which absorb little or no roller wash and thus swell, shrink, and harden less than rubber rollers after extended exposure to ink and roller wash."
United Line Rollers Managing Director Mohammad Adosari added: "United Line Rollers is pleased to offer Ryno rollers to printers in Saudi Arabia , Kuwait , Bahrain , the United Arab Emirates , Oman , and Qatar .  We will manufacture the Ryno roller line in our Riyadh factory."
Based in Auburn , Washington , Ryno Rollers provides roller compounds required by roller manufacturers and remanufacturers around the world.  The Ryno line of roller material offered by Ryno Rollers is highly regarded in the printing industry, as well as in other applications requiring product consistency and reliability.  Spill control products also offered by Ryno Rollers find wide application in a variety of industrial environments.  All Ryno Rollers compounds and spill control products are made in the United States .  See www.rynorollers.com for additional information.




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