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ROTOCONTROL supplying label finishing machines for CCL Industries

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Ahrensburg, Germany -- Marco Aengenvoort, Managing Director, today announced the signed supplier contract with CCL Industries Inc. to purchase ROTOCONTROL finishing machines.  The first machine will be shipping to CCL’s Chilly Mazarin plant in France.

ROTOCONTROL designs and manufactures leading edge inspection, slitting, rewinding and die cutting finishing machines for the narrow web industry. ROTOCONTROL machines provide convenient and simple operator interface through graphical input and display, with excellent access to all web viewing and handling areas.

“CCL is a global leader in the label and packaging industries and we are extremely excited about the chance to play an important role in their success through our advanced finishing technology” states Marco Aengenvoort.

Werner Ehrmann, Vice President Technology Development at CCL LABEL commented, “CCL has maintained a leadership position in the industry by continually innovating and exceeding our customer’s expectations.   We needed a technology partner for our finishing machines that could keep pace with our expectations and were impressed with the philosophy and engineering advances that ROTOCONTROL offered”.

CCL Label is the world’s largest converter of pressure sensitive and film materials for label applications and sells to leading global customers in the consumer packaging, healthcare, automotive and consumer durable markets. With headquarters in Toronto, Canada, CCL Industries now employs approximately 5,400 people and operates 55 production facilities globally located to meet the sourcing needs of large international customers.




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