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Gerhardt and Jet Technologies announce partnership

September 17, 2008

The move expands the die maker’s reach to Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia.

Gerhardt, a Denmark based manufacturer of cutting tools and associated products, announced a partnership with Australia’s leading supplier of machinery and consumables to the narrow web market, Jet Technologies.

With sales offices and warehouses based in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide, Jet Technologies will provide service and support for its existing customers and develop new business for flexible dies and magnetic cylinders.

“This alliance will fit well with the current portfolio and provide an important additional product range that will serve to strengthen our current market position,” says Jack Malki, director of Jet Technologies. “Gerhardt has long been considered the premier supplier of tooling to the label market and we are proud to be working closely with them.”

“From Gerhardt’s perspective, an alliance with Jet provides us with an extensive sales network supported by the wide ranging knowledge base," says Klaus Damberg, group CEO of Gerhardt. “This will ensure that our level of service to the Australian, New Zealand and South East Asian market is second to none.”

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