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Rotoflex unveils new website

January 2, 2013

The company says the website has not just been updated, but completely made-over in terms of functionality and graphics.

Rotoflex, a manufacturer of finishing equipment, roll-to-roll inspection and die cutting, has just launched its new website at According to the company, the new website Incorporates the latest in best practice features and capabilities, and is built around the company’s position as "a one stop finishing solutions center for a variety of roll-to-roll label, film and specialty packaging applications."

“This new website is not just an update. It represents a complete makeover in both functionality and graphics appeal," says Mary Sullivan, director of marketing. " has a fresh new look and offers our customers valuable resources and content that will make it easier for them to source and implement the right product for the job.”, in addition to easy viewing on a variety of sized electronic devices, has several newly added features including in-depth product and equipment information, downloadable technical papers, updates of latest company news, and easy-to-use on-line technical and service visit request forms. The goal of the new Rotoflex site is to provide accurate information to global users efficiently and in an easy-to-navigate format, supporting the installed base of more than 6000 Rotoflex machines worldwide.

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