Cracking a successful Labelexpo formula

François de Beer (RotoControl) and Michael Aengenvoort (Rotocon) with Devlin and Wade Brodowicz of of Pinetown-based Blue Print Labelling. The brothers recently invested in a Rotocon Ecoline RSD 330 die-cutting/inspection machine to enhance production capacity. The machine has a similar interface to the company’s Ecoline RSI 330 slitting, inspection and rewinder system.

Rotocon’s Michael Aengenvoort with the happy new owner of an Ecoline RDS 340 die-cutting/inspection system Elite Labels’ Rakesh Kalyan. It is the sixth model sold into the local label converting market.TAKING stock of Labelexpo participation in terms of commercial results, an elated Michael Aengenvoort, founder of Rotocon, remarks:

‘We closed a large number of deals, our most successful sales result ever at Labelexpo. This success has been aided by the expansion of our Ecoline brand of finishing equipment into the European and North American markets under the RotoControl banner, to support local sales and service levels.’

Visitors to RotoControl’s stand could view live demonstrations of the Ecoline RDF-340, a fully customisable digital label converting and finishing system and the RSH-340 labels inspection and slitting system, as well as a static display of the RSI-340 slitting, inspection and rewinder system.

In one of the ten deals signed during the show, Centurion’s Elite Labels became the latest owner of an Ecoline RDS 340 die-cutting and inspection system. Citing enhanced production capacity of blank labels as the driver for this investment, Rakesh Kalyan, MD of Elite Labels, explains the choice: ‘We selected the RDS 340 based on the high-quality samples we’ve seen, and the fact that the semi-automatic turret rewinder helps speed up production times – enabling our team to focus on meeting customers’ expectations in terms of both quality and timely delivery.’

Find out more»» as featured in the October 2019 issue of PPM

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