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Limo Labels purchases two ROTOCONTRO finishing machines

Thursday, July 02, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Ahrensburg, Germany -- Marco Aengenvoort, Managing Director, today announced that ROTOCONTROL has received a purchase order from Limo Labels for two RSD 430 dual die cutting slitter rewinders with fully automatic turrets.

The ROTOCONTROL RSD series of die cutting/slitter rewinding machines are designed for fast, accurate die cutting, slitting and rewinding of all types of labels.  The ROTOCONTROL fully automatic turret is offered as an accessory to the RSD and RSI line of slitter/rewinder and die cutting machines.  Features include glueless core attach with shaft loading and unloading options ensuring the highest production speeds and efficiency.

“Limo Labels is one of the largest and most innovative label printers in Denmark.  ROTOCONTROL is pleased to fulfill their technology demands enabling Limo Labels to meet their customer requirements and maintain their industry leadership. ” states Marco Aengenvoort.

Jens H. Mortensen, Chairman of the Board of Limo Labels commented, “We strive to be flexible in our product offering to meet the needs of multiple end user applications.  ROTOCONTROL was able to fulfill our technology requirements with the RSD 430, and we look forward to building a long-lasting supplier relationship.”

Limo Labels has more than 20 printing machines at their 4 production sites in Denmark and France dedicated to the production of labels, tickets and tags on rolls, folded and sheets in up to 10 colours plus hot stamp. Limo Labels is an innovative company leading in areas such as functional labeling, hang tags, security labeling, multipages labels, textiles tags, RFID labels and tags.




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