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Article | February 28, 2006
Phoenix Closures, Inc.
- »Brenton, a division of Pro Mach
- »SATO America, Inc. DON'T TAG
- »Bradman-Lake Inc.
- »CVC Technologies
- »Flint Ink Corp.
- »Seal-It, a division of Printpack
- »Sun Chemical
- »Mettler-Toledo Hi-Speed, Inc.
- »Phoenix Closures
- »Pro Mach, Inc.
- »KUKA Robotics Corporation
- »GE Fanuc Automation
- »Q.C. Industries, llc
- »Renaissance Mark
- »Mettler Toledo, Inc.
- »Checkpoint Systems
- »Sherwood Technology
- »DataLase Inc.
opened its 3rd manufacturing facility in Newport TN which encompasses 200 sq’ of combination manufacturing and warehouse space.
Renaissance Mark announced it will implement Radius Solutions PECAS Vision ERP in five plant locations.
QC Industries celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2006 with year-long customer appreciation events activities and festivities.
For the second year Seal-It Inc. has been named to the Div 500 list of Top Owned Businesses by Diversified Business.com and also to its list of top 500 Women Owned Companies in the U.S.
Nireco America Corp. joined Sun Chemical Ko-Pack and ESI as a demonstration and testing center in Carlstadt NJ. Nireco is showcasing its new ICM 1000 on-line color monitoring system and BCON 3000 NW and BCON 2000MKII 100% print defect detection systems.
Kuka Robotics Corp. was selected by Seis Group to supply its KR180 PA palletizing robot and PalletTech palletizing software for Seis’ palletizing cells.
CVC Technologies purchased the Optrel Co. Vicenza Italy.
Pro Mach’s Brenton Engineering Div. acquired the Robocaser case-packer line from Mettler-Toledo Hi-Speed Inc.
Bradman Lake GmbH moved to a new 1 sq’ purpose-built factory in Dietmannsried Germany.
GE Fanuc Automation named Instrument Control Systems Inc. as a new Premier Solution provider.
Eriez announced plans to expand its plant in Erie PA. The expansion will add 24 sq’ to the facility.
Sherwood Technology changed its name to DataLase.
Flint Group was selected as the new name for the holding company created by the merger in late 2005 of XSYS Print Solutions Luxembourg Belgium and Flint Ink Corp. Dave Fescoln was named CEO of the new company.
Sato has purchased Checkpoint Systems’ Bar Code Systems businesses.
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