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July 20, 2005

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Applied Extrusion Technologies (AET Films), a manufacturer of OPP substrates, has launched a site aimed at helping end users and new customers to navigate the complex requirements of packaging and labeling film specifications. The site offers up-to-date product and service details, company information, and market opportunities for OPP films in flexible packaging, non food, label, graphic media, holographic products, and more.
Anderson & Vreeland has redesigned its web site to provide faster access to the company’s line of platemaking equipment, materials and digital imaging equipment for flexo applications. The site simplifies on-line ordering and contains numerous reference materials and charts providing insight into proper flexo plate selection and applications.
The new site from Precision Air Convey shows how the company’s automated trim, matrix and scrap handlign systems and auxiliary equipment enable converters to cut waste volume, labor and disposal costs.
Spartanics, a manufacturer of finishing equipment, has expanded its web site to include more information about high precision optically-registered equipment. It includes a guide to products for diecutting, color inspection, automated counting, automated feeds, and related equipment, as well as a library of published articles in five languages.
TAKK Industries’ new web site informs potential industrial users of the capabilities and applications of its anti-static tinsel product. It provides information on product specifications, technical assistance, frequently
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