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Komori America Corporation partners with Diversified Graphic Machinery

Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Rolling Meadows, IL, - Komori America Corporation, a premier manufacturer of sheetfed and web offset printing presses, today announced that it has entered into a partnership agreement with Diversified Graphic Machinery, a manufacturer of advanced technology and a provider of high-end packaging solutions for the printing industry.  The partnership will allow Komori customers operating Lithrone presses to benefit from a complete, streamlined solution for either entering into the packaging industry or expanding existing capabilities on packaging applications.

Integrating Diversified Graphic Machinery's advanced Cold Foil and Cast and Cure technology with the advanced technology of Komori's Lithrone line of presses will provide a wide range of possibilities for business profitability in the growing packaging industry. Utilizing environmentally-friendly UV Cast and Cure and Cold Foil technology, print providers can cost-effectively create eye-catching holographic effects on packages to achieve a higher visual impact.  Additionally, Diversified Graphic Machinery's Iijima Hot Foil Stamping, Embossing, Die Cutting, Stripping, and Blanking solutions as well as Gluing solutions will make it possible for print providers to diversify their offerings as well as become more competitive within the packaging industry.

"This partnership unites the power of our print technology with Komori's high-performance machines to provide customers with eco-friendly, value-added packaging solutions," said Michael DeBard, founder and president of Diversified Graphic Machinery. "We have worked with Komori for years and are pleased to officially partner with them in offering the ability to produce stunning effects on an array of substrates."

"We are excited about the opportunities this agreement creates for our customers," said Paul Peyrebrune, vice president of sales for Komori's Western Region. "Diversified Graphic Machinery's technology is an excellent complement to our presses and sustainability initiatives. The company's innovative systems are an eco-friendly and cost-effective way for our customers to excel in the lucrative packaging market."

 

 

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