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ROTOCON Now Distributing Cheshire Anilox Technology in South Africa

Monday, July 24, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

The exclusive agreement was finalized during an on-site visit to Cheshire in the UK.

CAPE TOWN, South Africa - ROTOCON, a provider of consulting and service to South Africa label converters in the narrow web industrywas recently appointed the exclusive distributor of Cheshire Anilox Technology high quality anilox rollers and sleeves in South Africa. The exclusive agreement was finalized during ROTOCON's on-site visit of Cheshire Anilox Technology headquarters in Dukinfield, UK this past June.

"After working with Cheshire Anilox for over a year, being offered exclusive representation in South Africa of their laser engraved ceramic Anilox rolls and sleeves was of great interest," said Michael Aengenvoort, CEO of ROTOCON. "With our current product mix for label and flexible packaging applications that includes MPS high-quality flexo and offset press solutions, and our experience with on-site installations and service, Cheshire Anilox technology is a valuable addition that we can now offer South African printers."

Cheshire Anilox Technology is a manufacturer of superior laser engraved ceramic anilox rolls and sleeves that improve the printing process. The company has invested in the latest fibre laser systems, the most technologically advanced ceramic coatings and inspection and volume verification systems and is established as one of Europe's leading suppliers of anilox rollers.
South African printers and converters attending Labelexpo Europe in Brussels (25-28 September) can learn more about Cheshire Anilox Technology and how their solutions can improve print processes and quality on stand 6C37, with ROTOCON representatives also in attendance at the event.


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