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Graficon Celebrates Ten Years At Labelexpo Europe 2003

Press release from the issuing company

July 3, 2003 -- Graficon Maschinenbau AG (Wittenbach/Switzerland), the well-known and long established supplier for fully rebuilt quality Gallus labelprinting presses and retrofits - and supplier of the leading hybrid-labelprinting system MP 340 and the Graficon printing and processing machines - will be using Labelexpo Europe 2003 to celebrate its 10 year anniversary. Various celebrations to mark this special anniversary have been planned for Labelexpo Europe 2003, taking place at Brussels Expo on 24–27 September 2003 – and further details regarding these will be publicised at the event. Graficon Maschinenbau AG was established in 1993 by Peter Tanner and Alex Heiniger, and now has 30 employees and does business on every continent. The company has gained an excellent name in the industry for being a very reliable and competent supplier and for only providing a high level of quality in both their service and the products they supply. On show at Labelexpo Europe 2003 will be: • the MP 340 multiprocess machine - for combination printing • the Gallus R 200 B 02 fully rebuilt machine - the workhorse in the industry • the RPS 220 processing machine - for special value added application • the BSM 340 high performance sheeting –machine Labelexpo Europe 2003, the biennial international labels and product decoration event, will combine an exhibition packed full of all the key suppliers to the industry, a super summit conference and an unrivalled networking opportunity. Peter Tanner, Managing Director of Graficon, said “We, my partner Alex Heiniger (CEO) and myself, are extremely pleased that Graficon’s tenth anniversary can be celebrated at the most important exhibition of our industry, Labelexpo Europe 2003 in Brussels. This will be the ideal platform for us to say thank-you to our customers, to many of our suppliers and to our employees for the support they have given to us over the last ten years.“