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Weldon Celloplast to market Tectonic systems in India

March 24, 2009

The print inspection systems will be represented in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and United Arab Emirates.

Tectonic International has announced that Weldon Celloplast, India’s leading producer of self adhesive labelstocks, will sell its range of print inspection systems in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and United Arab Emirates.

Sheila Harper Jones, managing director of Tectonic International, says, “Tectonics’ strategy is to invest time and technical resources in the very important Indian market which has the potential to produce and export high quality print worldwide. Tectonic products, and in particular our unique K2colour-check, not only provides excellent picture quality for print quality monitoring but also is the industry’s only low cost print inspection system to provide color monitoring.”

With installations in more than 70 countries, Tectonic International, based in Merthyr Tydfil, UK, designs and manufactures a range of print inspection systems including the K1, K2colour-check, LYNX and JAGUAR along with a range of plate mounting machines which provide “hands-free” mounting of flexo plates.

Weldon Celloplast, founded in 1982 by Harveer Singh Sahni, was one of the first companies in India to start local production of tapes and release papers as well as self-adhesive label stocks. Weldon recently set up a separate division to be able to offer its customers international consumables as well as equipment and accessories for narrow web label printers in India.

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