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Flexing new R&D skills to meet market demands

GTV Label Master’s factory manager, Collin Naidoo (left) and co-owners, Vernon and Ravi Pillay (middle and second from right) with Rotocon’s directors, Patrick and Pascal Aengenvoort, and technician, Francois de Beer.

GTV LABEL MASTER, a Durban-based label converter, recently invested in South Africa’s first ROTOCON ECOLINE RFP 340 flexo printing press, and a complementary ECOLINE Pro Mount platemounter.

ROTOCON director, Pascal Aengenvoort, explains that feedback from narrow-web industry customers prompted the company to broaden its market offering by developing and manufacturing a cost-efficient ECOLINE-branded flexographic press that balances registration accuracy with high running speeds.

‘After working with ROTOCON for many years, and successfully using its ECOLINE slitting, inspection and rewinder systems and digital printed label converting and finishing systems, it was a no-brainer for us to invest in the RFP 340 flexo press,’ comments GTV Label Master’s factory manager, Collin Naidoo.

According to Collin, the flexo press was running immediately thanks to the simplicity of its design and the ease-of-operation, which enabled the operators to adapt easily.

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