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Graphic Products expands European distribution

July 24, 2012

The company has partnered with Netherlands-based Rebo B.V.

Graphic Products, Inc. has forged a strategic partnership with European distributor Rebo B.V., based in the Netherlands, in response to what the company says is a "rapidly increasing business-to-business/industrial demand and significant growth overseas." Graphic Products counts Amazon, Boeing, DuPont, Intel and Toyota among its global customer base.

Established in 1976, Rebo manufactures and distributes inspection labels, product IDs, machine IDs, safety signs, pipe markers, bar codes, GHS labels, cable markers and unique labeling applications.

“As a very experienced business in industrial sign and labeling systems within Europe, Rebo feels that Graphics Products shares common goals and a common vision for the future," says Clinton Church, sales and marketing manager. "We are delighted to be partnered with them. Introducing new and innovative systems is critical for the ongoing growth of our businesses. Rebo is confident in Graphic Product’s capabilities, quality and long term commitment. We are certainly looking forward to a strong and rewarding relationship with such a capable, reliable and creative business.” 

“This is a strategic move that will help us expand European penetration and enable European customers to enjoy the convenience of purchasing locally,” says John Hawks, account manager at Graphic Products. “Graphic Products has experienced double-digit annual growth since launching the DuraLabel brand in 2001 and we are projecting continued solid growth in the market."

In-demand applications for DuraLabel labeling systems include pipe marking, OSHA/safety, wayfinding, arc flash, lockout/tagout, mine safety, NFPA/RTK, wire marking, bar coding, and floor marking. Graphic Products manufactures a broad spectrum of industrial labeling systems which includes DuraSuite label creation software. With more than 50 types of labeling supplies, Graphic Products, Inc. says it aims to "help companies solve problems in the toughest industrial environments." Some popular supply types include high or low temperature, indoor/outdoor, irregular surfaces, or supplies resistant to oil, chemicals, moisture or abrasion.
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