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  • North America
    Maxcess names Webex global product manager

    Maxcess names Webex global product manager

    Darren Irons previously served as the global product manager for Fife Guiding Solutions.
    08.23.17

  • Maxcess and Webex to merge

    Following the acquisition of Maxcess by Bertram Capital, the private equity firm will merge Maxcess and Webex Inc. The merged company will operate as Maxcess, and retain the brands of Webex, Fife, Tidland and MAGPOWR, which together represent more th…
    03.13.14

  • Label Converting Equipment

    Acquisition merges Maxcess and Webex

    The addition of Maxcess marks Bertram Capital's second investment in the web handling equipment industry.
    Steve Katz, Editor 01.13.14

  • Webex names new CEO

    Prior to joining Webex, Edwards was CEO of Extrusion Dies Industries.
    04.09.13

  • Webex completes relocation of NimCor to Wisconsin

    The move to consolidate NimCor operations in Wisconsin is part of a strategic plan to support and grow the brand.
    03.26.13

  • Webex acquired by Bertram Capital

    The deal marks Bertram’s second investment in the web handling equipment industry.
    01.29.13

  • Webex

    Three pre-engineered mounts from Webex simplify and speed dead shaft idler roll mount installation. The Quickie Mount tolerates some degree of misalignment, such as mounting to an unmachined surface. These mounts are often employed in place of pillow…
    10.14.08

  • Webex Inc. acquires

    Webex Inc. acquires Wisconsin roll maker Webex Inc., a manufacturer of rolls and custom web handling machinery located in Neenah, WI, has purchased Fox Companies Machining Inc., a roll manufacturer and specialty machine shop located in Greenville,…
    07.20.05

  • Air turn bars

    Air turn bars Webex Neenah, WI USA The air turn bars feature simple designs and rugged construction. They are standard Webex models configured to flip the web over or to change its path 90 degrees. They fit above or below other machinery eliminati…
    07.19.05