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ROTOCON to Present Range of Label Printing Technology at Propak Africa

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

Leading printing solutions from MPS, Screen Europe, Matho and AVT will be available in three of ROTOCON's stands. 

CAPE TOWN, South Africa - ROTOCON, a provider of consulting and service to South Africa label converters in the narrow web industrywill make an impressive appearance at the upcoming Propak Africa March 15-18in Johannesburg. With three dedicated stands B10, B14, and B13 in hall 7, ROTOCON will exhibit leading printing solutions from MPS, Screen Europe, Wink Stanzwerkzeuge, Matho, and AVT, all represented in South Africa by ROTOCON. 

Propak Africa together with Print Expo, Pro-Plas Africa Expo, Pro-Label Africa and FoodPro, is the largest and most successful packaging, food processing, labeling, printing and plastics exhibition held on the African continent. With over 450 exhibitors, visitors to Propak Africa will view cutting edge products and technologies, see live demonstrations of machinery and equipment, and network with industry leaders. 

Available on the ROTOCON stands will be a Screen Truepress Jet L350UV digital printing press, an MPS EF430 module with 2 print stations, Wink Stanzwerkzeuge tooling (flexible dies, magnetic cylinders, print cylinders), a Matho waste extraction system, the latest Helios S with workflow link from AVT and an entry level slitter/rewinder branded by ROTOCON. Also presented on the stands will be the latest solutions from ROTOCONTROL and Pantec GS Systems.

Michael Aengenvoort, Owner of ROTOCON comments: "We are pleased to represent so many of the industry's finest in label printing technology, locally in South Africa. With the extensive range of technologies in our three stands, Propak Africa is the ideal venue to connect with leading printers in South Africa over the four-day event. Representatives from many of our principals will also be in attendance, showing their commitment and support of the expanding African market."


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