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S&K LABEL Increases Finishing Capacity With ROTOCONTROL RSC

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

S&K LABEL is a leading Converter in Czech Republic, operating for over 20 years

Ahrensburg, Germany – ROTOCONTROL announced the receipt of a purchase order from S&K LABEL, a leading Converter in the Czech Republic, for an RSC Slitter/Rewinder 440mm web width equipped with the Vacuum Splice Table option. Local service and support will be provided through Digitisk, the local Agent for ROTOCONTROL in Czech Republic and Slovak Republic.  

Present during an on-site product presentation meeting at S&K LABEL headquarters in Kurim was Karel Sehnal, S&K LABEL Managing Director, Jaroslav Blaha, S&K LABEL Operations Director, Jan Rytir, S&K LABEL Purchasing and Logistic Manager, Petr Zika from Digitisk and Michael Aengenvoort, Business Development Manager from ROTOCONTROL.  

Jaroslav Blaha, S&K LABEL Managing Director commented:  "S&K LABEL invests in leading-technology narrow web equipment.  Our Finishing capacity required expansion, and we selected ROTOCONTROL due to their superior technology.  Features like Servo drives from Bosch Rexroth, the efficiency and speed of the Vacuum Splice Table option for clean, accurate finished roll splices, and providing a local Agent (Digitisk) for support and service were key factors in the decision."

Operating out of modern technological facilities S&K LABEL produces self-adhesive labels and flexible packaging on twelve flexo printing machines and two digital printing machines, offering customers the best quality in printing technology and products.

 

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