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Harper Corp. launches HEX Division

March 5, 2013

This move has allowed the Harper team to introduce new items to its line of products.

Global anilox roll supplier Harper Corporation of America has unveiled its latest division: Harper Echo-Xccessories, or HEX division. This move has allowed the Harper team to introduce new items to its line of products, thereby becoming what it calls the one-stop shop for printing companies.

"Through reliable products and services to the printing industry on an international level, Harper Corporation of America has long served its customers with the highest quality support. The launch of the HEX division further emphasizes the company's commitment to offering the best in printing solutions to its customers," the company says.

Vice President of Operations Lee Kluttz comments, "I am very excited about the new HEX division. This new facet of Harper Corporation will complement our current products and services while providing a higher degree of support to industry professionals. As such, it will assist the Harper team in meeting our goal of providing the best support possible to our customers."

Currently, the HEX division features bridge sleeves. The carbon fiber sleeve system offers customers the ability to use adaptable sleeves that are compatible with steel and carbon fiber base mandrels. Additionally, these bridges and intermediate bridges comply with OEM specifications regarding secondary air supply and feature a patent-pending replaceable notch system with straight, custom, or bayonet notch design.

HEX also offers a flexo sleeve system, which is designed to minimize downtime and make-ready. The plate sleeves that make up the Harper flexo sleeve line include the thin wall plate carrier, intermediate plate sleeve, and repeat builder plate sleeve.

"The team at Harper Corporation of America is thrilled to share the launch of HEX with the rest of the flexographic industry. Through this new division, Harper Corporation is able to provide additional support to its customers while continuing to uphold its status as an industry leader," the company concluded. 
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