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Harper donates anilox rolls to Mexico school

July 7, 2011

The three anilox rolls will be used in the school’s Mark Andy 830 press.

A new flexo printing school in Monterrey, Mexico, has received a donation of three anilox rolls from Harper Corporation of America, Charlotte, NC, USA. The rolls will be used in the school’s Mark Andy 830 7" press.

The school was established by ACOBAN, the Mexican Association of Narrow Web Printers, and CONALEP, the College of National Education for Professional Technicians.

“We are excited that the new school looked to us to provide these supplies,” says Juan Bermúdez, the sales and service manager for the Latin American division of Harper Corporation. “Not only will this donation allow Harper Corporation to contribute to the development of flexo education in Mexico, it will allow us to gain a higher level of international recognition and work to build relationships with the students that they can count on when they graduate and embark on their careers.”

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