Raflatac opens terminal in Tatabánya, Hungary

Published July 20, 2005
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Raflatac opens terminal in Tatabánya, Hungary
Raflatac’s new distribution terminal and sales office in Hungary is now fully operational and ready to respond to the increasing demand for pressure sensitive label stock in Central and Eastern Europe.
Raflatac Kft, Tatabánya, is a modern production facility that provides slitting for film and paper label stocks, and utilizes the latest technology in its automated packing line.
“Raflatac’s new terminal in Tatabánya answers the changes taking place in the European marketplace,” says Thomas Rohweder, senior vice president for Raflatac Europe. “Raflatac has anticipated the opportunities brought by change and provided for the needs of an entire region experiencing rapid economic growth.”
Situated in the center of Europe, 80 kilometers from Budapest and 180 kilometers from Vienna, the Tatabánya terminal serves Hungary as well as Austria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Greece, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia Montenegro, Slovakia and Slovenia. The managing director is Ernö Tökes.

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