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    9/9/2019 3:47:36 PM

    VOTE FOR US! - Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin Contest

    The Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin contest is back for a fourth straight year. The annual competition, presented by Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC) and Johnson Financial Group, aims to highlight the state’s manufacturing industry – which employs nearly 1 in 5 Wisconsinites – and ultimately determine the Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin. We need your help, vote for the corrugator as the coolest thing made in Wisconsin.
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  • RAIN RFID Technology
    7/15/2019 5:19:23 PM

    RAIN RFID Technology for Baggage Tracking

    In an effort to handle baggage while traveling properly, at this year’s Annual General Meeting in June, IATA decided to support the global deployment of UHF RFID technology to ensure seamless baggage tracking by 2023. This decision is based on the 2018 IATA Resolution 754 defining the tracking of bags during the journey as well as the sharing of information between airlines and interline journey partners.
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  • Fusion
    7/9/2019 6:29:02 PM

    Investment Continues at Arabian Packaging

    Following the installation of the first seven color Göpfert Ovation in 2016, Dubai, UAE-based Arabian Packaging has taken another significant step forward, installing a second corrugator and more state-of-the-art converting equipment.
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  • Rizzi webs
    6/13/2019 5:02:26 PM

    Thomas Rizzi Joins the Sales Team

    Thomas Rizzi has joined the sales team as a sales executive for folio and cut-size sheeters, and packaging equipment. He will provide solutions for paper mills in his territory of Italy, Spain, India, and Bangladesh; and for convertors in his home base- Italy.
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  • From left, Dean DeGroot, John Kula, Jeff Kula and Andrew DeGroot in front of the new G-Grafix rotary diecutter.
    5/29/2019 3:05:04 PM

    Forest Packaging Invests for the Next Generation

    In the Chicago suburb of Elk Grove, Ill., is a family-owned independent sheet plant that combines old-fashioned values with new cutting-edge technology to provide customers with innovative corrugated packaging and displays. Forest Packaging was founded 53 years ago in Forest Park, Ill., thus the name “Forest” Packaging, and is owned and operated by two generations of the Kula family.
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  • SHM Digicut_Sheeter
    3/27/2019 3:45:21 PM

    Safety first! Efficiency, too

    How a manufacturer of paper-based office material, operating its converting line mainly with blind or visually impaired employees, is able to combine the highest operational safety requirements with an impressive increase in output, reliability, and product quality.
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  • Klaus Sauer CutStar Inline Roll Sheeter "LFS165"
    3/22/2019 4:23:59 PM

    Partnership-based relationship pays off – double the efficiency for Online print shop SAXOPRINT

    The online print shop SAXOPRINT based in Dresden has recorded double-digit sales growth in recent years, and last year generated sales of over EUR 100 million in the area of commercial online printing as part of the CEWE Group.
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  • eCon Sheeter
    1/9/2019 7:29:17 PM

    India’s middle class – driver for a folio-size success story

    India. A rapidly growing economy, a democracy and soon the most populous country in the world!
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  • Being Part of The Family
    12/26/2018 3:15:58 PM

    Part Six of Marquip’s Journey Through Time

    In 2012, a BW Papersystems employee went into well-deserved retirement. Since Marquip's early beginnings, Dennis Rodewald had worked for the company in various positions, from designer to engineering manager, for a total of 44 years.
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  • Servicing customers for long-term success
    12/21/2018 5:51:33 PM

    Part Five of Marquip’s Journey Through Time

    In 2000, when Marquip was bought by Barry-Wehmiller the company counted an installed base of 6,457 machines.
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