Trelleborg at Saudi Print & Pack

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Trellborg plans to show four of its offset blanket brands in a single booth – Vulcan, Rollin, Printec and Sava at the forthcoming Saudi Print & Pack. The event provides an important strategic venue to demonstrate the company’s plans to integrate Sava products into the Trelleborg portfolio.

Tomaž Perčič, director, Trelleborg, Slovenia, says: “Saudi Print & Pack gives us an excellent launch pad for 2018, a transition year during which we will begin to take advantage of the wide range of synergies and opportunities that exist between leading brands. The potential for enhancing efficiency in sales, R&D and production are significant and extremely exciting. We will offer a better product range to our customers, with an unrivalled choice of solutions for their specific offset requirements.

“In addition, Trelleborg will be able to provide this enhanced portfolio across a larger geographic area. Cross training of sales and technical personnel has already been extensive and will continue over the coming months to ensure that printers at various locations across the globe can benefit from a first class network of highly experienced subsidiaries and distributors.”

Visitors to the Trelleborg stand at Saudi Print & Pack will be able to learn about the latest developments in offset blankets for sectors such as packaging, commercial print and metal decorative printing. Experts will be available to discuss offset-related technical issues, for example, the impact of low-energy UV systems and how blankets can best be utilized to improve the profitability of the press.

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