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Contract Converting now distributes Valéron Films

July 22, 2011

The Wisconsin slitter supplies Valéron high strength, tear resistant films to narrow web printers and converters.

Valéron Strength Films has announced that Contract Converting, of Greenville, WI, USA is now a stocking distributor of Valéron films sold to the print media and converter markets. Contract Converting inventories master rolls of Valéron for narrow web printers and converters that need slit rolls of high strength, tear resistant films.

“I am very excited that Contract Converting has joined forces with us to service customers requiring tear resistant durable films. Contract Converting has great capabilities and an experienced team with a wealth of industry knowledge,” says Clint Beutelschies, Valéron’s VP of sales and mrketing.

Valéron Strength Films, an ITW company, produces cross-laminated strength and specialty films under ISO 9001:2010 registration at its Houston, TX, USA, and Essen, Belgium, facilities. Valéron Strength Film can be found in child resistant packaging, shipping sacks, tags and labels, outdoor banners, construction products, and industrial packaging.

Contract Converting is a privately held converter specializing in custom slitting and rewinding of various grades of paper, tissue, nonwovens, foils, flexible packaging, and other specialty products. Founded in 1995, the company’s recently expanded 100,000 square foot corporate headquarters includes office, warehouse and manufacturing facilities.The centralized geographic location and accessible transportation network ensures next-day service to most customers nationwide.


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