Rotocontrol appoints new partner in Benelux

Albyco is a dominant player in the Dutch digital graphic market

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Rotocontrol appoints new partner in Benelux
Jos van Uum, Managing Director at Albyco

Rotocontrol has appointed Albyco as its new distribution partner for the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg. Under the agreement, Albyco will locally represent the range of Rotocontrol equipment for label finishing, booklet production, and hybrid printing, including the Ecoline suite of cost-effective finishing machines.

Rotocontrol’s Benelux distributorship: A logical and viable step for Albyco

With the appointment of the Rotocontrol brand, Albyco expands its print and distribution expertise into the label industry.

“We strongly believe the label industry will grow quickly in line with the packaging industry,” said Jos van Uum, managing director at Albyco. “Labeling is closely related to the digital graphic and digital printing industry, so to enable further growth within the company obtaining the company distributorship in the Benelux is a logical and viable next step for Albyco.”

“With their experience in high-quality print finishing machines and a fully equipped technical service department, Albyco will provide valuable local support to our customers in the Benelux,” said Marco Aengenvoort, managing director at Rotocontrol.

 

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