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Mark Andy records sales successes in Australia & New Zealand

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

Released by Mark Andy distributor, Aldus Engineering

Mark Andy and their Australian & New Zealand Distributor Aldus Engineering finished off 2015 and started 2016 with a flurry of machine installations and new orders.

We have just finished installing the 3rd Mark Andy P5 press in as many months, 1 in New Zealand, 1 in Queensland and the 3rd in Perth, says Ian Guanaria Aldus GM.

LabelForce in Perth recently installed their 2nd Mark Andy P5, 3 years after the first one was installed, bringing a total of 3 Mark Andy presses purchased by Labelforce since they commenced business.

The Performance series presses are renowned for their productivity, 550 P Series machines have been installed worldwide since their release in 2009, and this high level of productivity, low material waste and ease of use is the reason Labelforce decided to purchase a 2nd machine.

Labelforce MD Ernie Cooley states “The P Series easily outperforms our original Mark Andy 2200 in all areas so the decision to buy another P5 was pretty easily justified, now we have 2 identical machines side by side making production planning much more efficient”.

All 3 of the recent P5 installations included the new Quick Change Die Cut™ (QCDC™), which is now standard on all P5 & P7 models allowing dies to be changed in less than 60 seconds, reducing even further the time involved in the job change cycle. In addition all of the new machines are equipped with the latest GEW E2C and Rhino UV drying systems that have reduced power usage by some 40%, and now come with a 5 year warranty on the Rhino power supply. 

Guanaria adds “In addition to the presses we have had a major surge in orders for the recently redesigned Rotoflex VSI range of slitter rewinders. The new servo drive systems and touch screen controls has given the Rotoflex range of finishing machines a major boost, run speeds are much higher and the machines are easier to set up and run, thus improving output”.

 

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