Valco Melton strengthens presence at All in Print China

Hall N2 Stand A218

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At All in Print China, Valco Melton will display its newly acquired line of microglue products by GMS-VanSco and the EcoStitch

At this year’s All in Print China, Valco Melton (Stand A218, Hall N2) will put on display its newly acquired line of microglue products by GMS-VanSco and the EcoStitch. The EcoStitch hot melt system offers a sustainable concept for hot melt dispensing by reducing adhesive usage, improving production line efficiency, and eliminating consumable parts and downtime. This eco-conscious valve can reduce adhesive usage up to 75% for instant return on investment with payback in as little as four months.

The microgluer line of products provides customers with a range of high-performance hot melt and cold glue dispensing systems and accessories that have been designed to meet the unique application requirements of direct mail, paperboard converting and print finishing markets. The microgluer saves time by folding, gluing and perforating in one operation as well as reducing production costs by eliminating the need for envelope inserting. Furthermore, microgluer eliminates expensive pressure sensitive forms and minimizes your mail costs by simplifying and streamlining self-mailing applications.

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