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Harper Corporation of America Recounts Success of PCMC ELS Max Impact Show

Wednesday, February 06, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Charlotte, North Carolina - In an effort to support the growth of the flexographic industry, global anilox roll supplier Harper Corporation of America participates in a wide range of events. Recently, the company entered a partnership with PCMC and attended the organization's ELS Max Impact Show. 

The show acted as an open house, allowing guests to explore the technology that event participants have to offer. OEM Technical Accounts Manager Paul Teachout, of Harper Corporation, asserts that the new partnership between Harper and PCMC is something about which his company is extremely excited. He notes: "This new inline platform will provide a great opportunity for the growing segment of mid web packaging and allows all wide web and narrow web converters to take full advantage of the technology." He goes on to note that the ELS Max Impact Show provided Harper Corporation with the opportunity to debut new products and showcase how its technology works in conjunction with the ELS Max platform. 

Rich Rogals, who acts as the sales director for PC&L, comments on the event: "PCMC's ELS Max Impact 2013 Show was a great success. Many thanks to our supplier partnership with Harper, we pushed the envelope in the inline mid web segment with print quality and speed." 

Harper Corporation of America is looking forward to continuing its partnership with PCMC and the many mutually beneficial ways in which this relationship will impact both companies.

For more information, please contact Jazmin Cordero at 704-588-3371, ext. 4292, or jcordero@harperimage.com.


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