Rotocontrol to debut Ecoline series

Labelexpo Europe, Stand 7D39

Rotocontrol Ecoline RSH-340
Rotocontrol Ecoline RSH-340

Rotocontrol recently added its new label finishing solution, Ecoline to its portfolio of products. The new Rotocontrol Ecoline series will make its debut at Labelexpo Brussels. Offering quality and cost-effectiveness, the series features the RSI-340 and RSH-340 (horizontal alignment) designed for inspection and slitting of printed labels; and the RDF-340, a customizable digital label converting and finishing system to meet design requirements.

Initially launched by Rotocon in 2013 for Southern Africa label printers and converters, Ecoline, today, is claimed to be a reputable brand with numerous installations across the African continent and into Australia.

Rotocontrol Ecoline RSI-340
Rotocontrol Ecoline RSI-340

Now available through Rotocontrol, the brand will be promoted and serviced locally in Europe, as well as in North America through the local sales and service team at EMT International headquartered near Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Marco Aengenvoort, managing director of Rotocontrol, said, “The brand complements our label finishing portfolio and expertise. With more than 100 installations through Rotocon, we are pleased to now offer Ecoline to printers and converters throughout Europe and North America.”

Visitors at Labelexpo Brussels can see live demonstrations of the new RSH-340 and RDF-340 series on Rotocontrol’s Stand 7D39. The RSI-340 will also be featured on the AVT (stand 3C60) and ISRA Vision (stand 8B39) stands.

As a result of additional label finishing capabilities with the new price sensitive Ecoline brand and recently released high-end, fully loaded DT 340 Screen L350 hybrid press, along with an expansion in capacity at productions plants in Germany and North America (EMT International), Rotocontrol is seeking additional partners to globally represent their complete portfolio.

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