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Edale to host Open House and expo

January 3, 2012

RotoMetrics, Tesa Tape and EskoArtwork are among the confirmed exhibitors.

Edale will host an Open House and Suppliers Exhibition for existing and potential customers, as well as their distributors, at its facility in Hampshire, UK on February 8, 2012.

The Exhibition will see 15 key suppliers exhibiting at the table top style event. Confirmed exhibitors are Alphasonics, API Foils, Creation Reprographics, Cheshire Engraving, Daco Solutions, EskoArtwork, Fiberweb, GEW, Herma, J.M Heafords, IST, RotoMetrics, Tesa Tape, Vetaphone and Zeller & Gmellin.

In addition to the tabletop exhibiting session, there will be 20 minute presentations taking place throughout the day from companies presenting new technologies in the marketplace. There will also be a presentation hosted by guest speaker John Bambery, chairman of BPIF Labels.

Demonstrations will be held showing the new FL-350 press, designed for the printing of flexible packaging film and ticketing substrates. There will also be on display a Gamma scratch card line, and an FDC-510 flatbed diecutting machine which is used for the cutting and creasing of packaging materials. The Gamma can be configured to include a number of different options including a screen print unit, thermal inkjet and personalization systems.

Customers of all of the suppliers, as well as Edale, will be invited to tour the company’s factory, showroom and offices and assist in live demos.
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