Visit Brussels Expo
1 Place de Belgique
Belgiëplein 1, 1020 Brussels

Rotocontrol reveals new corporate branding and latest finishing machines


The booth has provided live demos of production, finishing, and converting of booklet labels and digitally printed labels.

Rotocontrol, a wholly owned subsidiary of EMT International, has unveiled a new corporate branding and its latest lineup of high-speed label finishing machines.

With a top-flight product program and a fresh new brand concept, Rotocontrol is urging printers and converters to finish first and in control, at a very crucial part of the printing process. This new corporate branding is complemented with four finishing machines, providing live demonstrations of production, finishing, and converting of booklet labels, digitally printed labels, and more.

“We’re very excited about this year’s show, and we enjoy sharing our latest product innovations and new corporate look," says Marco Aengenvoort, Rotocontrol managing director.

Showcased on the Rotocontrol stand has been the BL 440, built with register laminating, labeler function and a curved booklet option for high-speed production of booklet labels; the DT 340, integrated with a new semi-automatic dual turret, a specially designed backside diecutting unit and a delam/relam function for finishing and converting of digital labels; the RSC 440, with a WorkflowLink and the new fully automatic slitting system RotoCut, featuring less setup and changeover times; and a RSC 540 wider width high speed (600 m/m) slitter/rewinder.

In May 2017, Rotocontrol was acquired by EMT International, a recognized company in the engineering and manufacturing of quality finishing equipment and accessories, as well as web transport solutions for narrow and wider-web digital and conventional print. It is headquartered near Green Bay, WI, USA. Combining forces has brought many advantages for both companies in synergizing sales, service, engineering and global reach with production facilities, sales, and service now offered in Germany and the US.