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Ferrostaal to Represent ROTOCONTROL in Thailand

Thursday, November 08, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Marco Aengenvoort, Managing Director of ROTOCONTROL visited Ferrostaal Thailand in Bangkok last month
         
Ahrensburg, Germany – ROTOCONTROL today announced the appointment of Ferrostaal as its agent in Thailand representing ROTOCONTROL and LeoMat leading edge finishing machines for inspection, slitting, rewinding, die cutting, overprinting, digital labels and booklet labels.

With 80 employees in their Bangkok headquarters, Ferrostaal Thailand is one of the biggest suppliers of consumables, equipment and after-sales service for the graphic arts, packaging and food processing industries in Thailand. They have supported Thai customers since 1983 and are the sales and service partner of leading manufacturers of consumables and equipment in the fields of pre-press, printing, post-press, packaging and food processing.

Marco Aengenvoort, Managing Director of ROTOCONTROL visited Ferrostaal in Bangkok last month and met with Fritz Kistler, Managing Director and Roland Schuepbach, Operations Director. "I was very impressed with the Ferrostaal Thailand team and facilities," commented Marco Aengenvoort. "They have an extensive sales and service team including a call centre to efficiently respond to customer inquiries and service requests. Our exisiting and new customers and partners in Thailand will be well-supported by Ferrostaal Thailand."

In addition to ROTOCONTROL and LeoMat, Ferrostaal Thailand also proudly represents inudstry-leading companies including KODAK, HP, Komori, Kolbus, Meccanotechnica, Manugraph, MBO, Wohlenberg, OMET, and others.

 

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