Dantex acquires RBCOR

Published October 9, 2012
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Dantex Corp USA has announced the acquisition of San Marcos, CA, USA-based RBCOR. RBCOR has long been recognized as a leading supplier of letterpress and flexo plates to North American end users.

Dick Bein, president of RBCOR, says, “Our deal with Dantex was put together in record time as we found their product offering was exactly what we needed. I am delighted with this new arrangement for RBCOR. Having given very personal attention to our customers over the past 28 years, I find Dantex has the same customer approach and I am confident that our long-standing, loyal customers as well as our staff will enjoy working together with the Dantex team.”

The aim of the new company is to offer its complete range of letterpress and flexo products and equipment to North American users. This latest move by Dantex marks an acceleration of the company’s commitment to North America. Dantex confirms its intentions to focus on “Value for Money,” leading its sales drive with water wash plate technology, equipment and service.

Michelle Garza, VP of RBCOR, comments, “Dantex is able to bring to RBCOR an extensive line up of products for letterpress and flexo. The combined sales activity will be greatly enhanced thanks to the high technology products brought to the table by Dantex. The RBCOR team is looking forward to working with the Dantex team”

Benjamin Danon, group senior director, adds, “After five years in North America, Dantex has finally joined forces with the right partner to bring our technology, high quality equipment and core corporate values to the North American Market. We are delighted with this opportunity, which will give us the capability to offer the very latest plate technology and product choice to our customers.”

The new entity will be called DantexRBCor and will operate out of the two sales centers located at San Marcos, CA and Aurora, IL and it is Dantex’s intention to retain the existing staff. Garza will join the new business as operations VP and confirms that “it’s business as usual.”

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