Fujian Furong Technology Group add Atlas slitter number 7

Atlas to supply 10.4-meter CW1040 primary slitter rewinder


Atlas Converting Equipment Ltd. has signed a contract with Fujian Furong Technology Group to supply a 10.4 meter Atlas CW1040 primary slitter rewinder. Fujian Furong Technology Group is one of the three largest producers of BOPP film in China and a long-standing, highly valued customer for Atlas Converting Equipment Ltd.

Currently, Fujian Furong Technology Group has 6 Atlas CW1040 primary slitter rewinders, two at 8.3 meters and four at 8.7 meters. The machines are installed at three production sites in China, Fuqing, Fujian Province; Guangzhou, Guangdong province; and Nantong, Jiangsu Province.

Fujian Furong Technology Group uses a selection criterion based on machine performance, after-sales service, the global installed base of the manufacturer and of course the price. Commenting on the purchase of the seventh Atlas CW1040, Ding, executive vice president of Fujian Furong Technology Group Co. Ltd. said, “We have a long-standing relationship with Atlas. Their machines have delivered great reliability and productivity and we have received great customer service from the Atlas team.”

Stan Braycotton, sales director for Atlas Converting Equipment Ltd. said, “Despite a competitive marketplace, we are extremely pleased to have been selected as the supplier of the next slitter rewinder to Fujian Furong Technology Group as not only does it prove the performance and reliability of the Atlas CW1040 but also of our commitment to supporting our customers and building long-term partnerships. We have over 1000 primary slitter rewinders installed around the world along with the infrastructure to support them and our customers and it is this commitment that has helped us extend our relationship with Fujian Furong Technology Group.”

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