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Rotocon now representing Wink in South Africa

December 2, 2013

The company will provide local service and sales of the German-designed high precision tools.

Rotocon has announced its representation in South Africa of Wink Stanzwerkzeuge GmbH & Co. KG, one of the world's leading manufacturers of cutting tools for the graphic industry. The company will provide local service and sales of the German-designed high precision tools including flexible dies, cylinders and steel rule dies for South African label and narrow web printers and converters.

Using state-of-the-art CNC technology, Wink produces high-quality tools for internationally renowned manufacturers of labels, packaging, envelopes and a wide range of other printed products. Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Germany, Wink has subsidiaries in the USA, Denmark, and Italy and is also represented globally by distribution partners.

Patrick Aengenvoort, director of Rotocon, says: "We are pleased to represent the reputable line of Wink cutting tools in South Africa. With their outstanding quality from certified management systems in place and customer-focused philosophy, the Wink product portfolio will be advantageous to our South African customers."
 
Marcel Morta, who recently joined the Rotocon team, will represent Wink in Cape Town, with Patrick Aengenvoort supporting customers in Johannesburg and Akhmuth Sayed in Durban. Rotocon also represents Rotocontrol high-speed finishing machines; the MPS extensive range of flexo and offset printing presses; Pantec sophisticated in-line refining products; and AVT, a leading developer and manufacturer of automatic inspection systems.
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