Grafisk Maskinfabrik (GM) enters the Vietnamese market with new local distributor

New distributor that has just joined the GM family is VPrint, based in Vietnam

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VPrint is a well-established print industry professional and renowned supplier of offset printing, packaging, and labeling machinery systems, especially industrial digital machines in its market. The company is the exclusive distributor of renowned manufacturers from all over the world and provides professional consulting and after-sales services by a team of engineers and technicians.

In this way, VPrint strengthens GM’s global distributors network, bringing to the cooperation very good knowledge of the local market and its customers.

Lykke Trusbak, GM’s Labels Segment director, commented, “We are pleased that VPrint is joining the GM family, and we look forward to our future cooperation with great optimism. Our presence in this part of Asia is extremely important to us due to the dynamically developing market. We see that our converting solutions are of great interest to label converters in the region, and we want to respond to their needs and provide the best quality machines.”

Grafisk Maskinfabrik, commonly known as GM, is a global player on the labeling market, providing advanced solutions for the self-adhesive label converting, finishing, and flexible packaging industry. It produces and delivers a vast array of machines, including complete automated converting lines, hot foil stamping, screen printing, die cutters, laser die cutters, slitter-rewinders, roll lifters, sheeters, and core cutters.

GM is a family-owned company built on the traditional values of Danish design and solid craftsmanship with a backbone of 43 years of experience. The company is firmly grounded by knowledge and insight into the graphic business and continuously works towards the goal of “Making Converting Easy.”

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