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Rotocontrol to move German headquarters

May 28, 2013

Located near Hamburg, the new location will provide additional office and manufacturing space.

Rotocontrol, a manufacturer of slitter/rewinder inspection machines, has announced the upcoming move of its current German headquarters in Ahrensburg to nearby Trittau at the end of this month. Located near Hamburg, the new location will provide additional office and manufacturing capacity, from the current 1000 square meters of space to a 5000 square meter space, to accommodate the growing number of Rotocontrol and LeoMat employees and increased production demand.

"Rotocontrol has experienced tremendous growth in the last four years," comments Marco Aengenvoort, managing director of Rotocontrol. "With the successful early acceptance and continued demand of our finishing machines in the market and integration of the LeoMat brand, we have maximized our current office and manufacturing capacity. Our new location provides increased manufacturing and engineering capacity to accommodate future growth."
 
Currently, there are 42 Rotocontrol and LeoMat finishing machines on order with a product mix including the RSC slitter/rewinder, RSP 100% security inspection, RSD die cutting, slitting/rewinding, LeoMat Practice fully-automatic slitting/rewinding and LeoMat Digitakt fully modular, versatile finishing machine designed to complement digital printing operations. The machines will be shipping to South Africa, Chile, Russia, Israel, Columbia, Turkey, Poland, Belgium, Indonesia, Brazil, Netherlands, Spain and Germany.

The address of the new Rotocontrol headquarters (as of June 3, 2013) will be: Hamburger Str. 82, 22946 Trittau, Germany.

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