International Buyers Guide


CARTES label machines





Company Headquarters

Via Michelangelo 2
Moglia, Maantova 46024
Italia

Other Locations

230 Highway 35,
Red Bank, NJ 07701
United States

Company Description

CARTES since 1970 has been producing labels machines under a policy of continuous research and development with a strong focus on the technology. Our modular, high-performance printing and converting solutions are designed to meet your expectations and evolving business needs, so you can offer innovative label solutions to your customers.

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