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Print 13 Exceeded Highest Expectations for Diversified Graphic Machinery

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

RED BANK, NJ - Diversified Graphic Machinery, the global leader in print enhancement systems, demonstrated its exclusive DGM Foildex™ Cold Foil application system with Indexing and DGM Filmdex™ UV Cast and Cure system to a constant flow of booth visitors during the 5-day run of PRINT 13 in Chicago. Also presented by DGM were the Iijima high-speed foil stamping machine, Saroglia foil stamping and die-cutting press, and Die Co-Ordinator die registration system.

“DGM achieved multiple sales throughout it entire Cold Foil, Cast and Cure, Die Co-Ordinator and Die Cutter product lines,” according to Michael DeBard, President DGM. “We expected PRINT ’13 to be an excellent show and from the moment the show opened on Sunday, through the remainder of the show on Thursday afternoon, the traffic, the activity and the success of the show for Diversified Graphic Machinery exceeded even our highest expectations.”

At PRINT 13, DGM announced the significant sale of two Foildex™ Cold Foil and Filmdex™ UV Cast and Cure™ systems to Rohrer Corporation in Wadsworth, Ohio.  The DGM print enhancement equipment will be installed on a Komori 40-8 press at Rohrer Corporation’s Wadsworth, Ohio manufacturing facility in the coming months.  

“Diversified Graphic Machinery’s unique combination of product offerings, along with our proprietary technology, has proven to be very popular, attractive and valuable for the packaging segment of the printing industry,” according to Paul Peyrebrune, newly promoted Executive Vice President, DGM. “Add those companies who are looking to enhance and differentiate their vast assortment of products and you have a very diverse and lucrative customer base. DGM is proud and pleased to be the supplier of choice.”


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