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Ashton Potter names RotoMetrics a Quality Supplier

July 5, 2007

Ashton Potter (USA) Ltd., of Williamsville, NY, has named RotoMetrics the winner of its 2006 Quality Supplier Award Program.

Ashton Potter (USA) Ltd., of Williamsville, NY, has named RotoMetrics the winner of its 2006 Quality Supplier Award Program. Ashton Potter is a leading company in the security printing market. RotoMetrics is one of the world’s largest suppliers of rotary tooling and supplies Ashton Potter with dies utilized in the manufacture of pressure sensitive stamps, secure labels and other security products.

“Diecutting is a core capability in our business; our customers rely on us for products that meet exacting specifications, sometimes in secondary high speed application processes,” says Barry Switzer, president and CEO of Ashton Potter. “We have developed an excellent relationship with RotoMetrics over the last several years, earned by them through their performance, attention to detail and customer service capabilities.”

In accepting the award, Gary Smith, vice president of sales for RotoMetrics, stated, “It is an honor to be recognized with the Quality Supplier Award, given that Ashton Potter’s converting processes necessitate such a tremendous level of quality. We’re able to meet these requirements thanks to attentive people on both sides, as well as our certification to ISO 9001:2000 standards.”

RotoMetrics, headquartered in St. Louis, MO, USA, operates several facilities in the United States, as well as in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, and the United Kingdom.

Ashton Potter, which is owned by Secure Products International, has a long term relationship with the United States Postal Service, further consolidating its industry leading position in stamp and label production. The company is developing next-generation secure product solutions by leveraging its technologies, secure facilities, proven processes, and expertise. Secure Products International is a global organization specializing in production of secure products including stamps, secure labels and cards.
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