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Fanuc Robotics America, Inc.
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(above) expanded its Brazil operations with a move to a 22 sq’ facility in São Paulo.

Barry-Wehmiller Companies Inc. acquired the assets of Trine Labeling Systems.

A distribution agreement makes Avery Dennison Printer Systems exclusive suppler of QuickLabel Systems’ Care Labeling Systems.

BASF’s Altamira Mexico facility began production of Styrolux® styrene-butadiene copolymers.

The Tube Council selected Landon Farrey Associates as its new association management company.

Bosch Rexroth AG’s new production site in Wujin China is now in operation.

TricorBraun acquired Packaging West.

Checkpoint Systems expanded its RF Source Tagging Design Center to offer EPC/RFID compliance and business design services to consumer product manufacturers logistics providers and their retail partners.

Weber Marking Systems created Initiative 2004 a program aimed at

providing the systems and supplies that will help companies meet RFID

compliance standards.

The Converting Technologies Division of DT Industries became Sencorp Inc>b>.

Elopack Plastic Systems AS integrated into Elopack AS Royken Opfikon Branch.

Alcoa Inc. sold its packaging equipment business to American Industrial Partners.

Sonoco opened a new manufacturing facility in Resende Brazil to produce steel easy-open closures for use on metal cans.

B&G Plastics expanded its Hong Kong and China plastic and printing facilities and added a factory in Brazil.

Pharmintech Italy and Interphex USA signed a three-year agreement to endorse and support each other’s events.

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