Canadian manufacturer ETI Converting recently sold three Cohesio label production machines to customers in Europe.
One machine has just been installed at Blueprint, a family-owned company in Bernate, Italy, who will use it to produce direct thermal labels for its customers in the retail industry. The equipment will enable Blueprint to apply the thermal coating, print, apply the silicone and the glue, die-cut and finish the label – all in line with a non-stop turret rewinder.
Netherlands-based producer of pressure-sensitive labels Telrol bought the other two ETI Cohesio for its new company Jac-Stick’s 11,000m² production plant has in Almere. They will be used to serve the global supply and retail markets.
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