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Harper to expand HEX Division

September 23, 2013

Through a partnership with MECA, Harper will increase its product offerings to include plate sleeves, bridges, and more.

Global anilox roll supplier Harper Corporation of America has announced a partnership with MECA & Technology Machine, Inc., which will result in an expanded product offering through the company's HEX Division.

"Harper Corporation of America is continually looking for new ways to improve the products and services that it offers," the company says. "With an international clientele to consider, the team at Harper has cultivated an exceptional catalogue that sees to the every need of customers around the world. The latest announcement of a partnership between Harper Corporation of America and MECA & Technology Machine, Inc. only furthers the company's ability to provide clients with best in class equipment and support."

Harper Corporation's Vice President of Operations Lee Kluttz announced on Wednesday, September 11, that the partnership had been officially created. He says, "I couldn't think of a better way for two American owned and operated companies to sign a partnership than on the 12th anniversary of 9/11. We are very excited about this relationship and truly feel that this will be a huge benefit for our customers on a global scale."

Kluttz goes on to explain that this partnership with MECA will expand the product line associated with the recently developed HEX Division. Ultimately, Harper will now offer MECA products, including plate sleeves, bridges, mandrels, and mechanically-engraved anilox rolls. 

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