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  • 12 Mar 2019

MPS Systems Asia expands in Malaysia and China

George Tan, area sales manager for MPS Systems Asia (right) with Gary Cui of Arisen

MPS Systems Asia has appointed Voraustechnik in Malaysia and Arisen in China, both established companies to locally represent MPS flexo, offset, and digital-hybrid printing presses.

Voraustechnik represents several global brands for print, converting, finishing, graphic accessories and consumables including Kama, Apex International, OneVision, BST eltromat and Techkon.

Ng Yam Kee, owner of Voraustechnik brings over 38 years of technical expertise in the graphic arts and print industries, with vast knowledge and experience in manufacturing environments and flexo printing.

Also in Malaysia is headquarters for MPS Systems Asia, with a recent move to a new location in Bukit Jelutong with three floors of offices, meeting rooms, and a dedicated technology center soon to feature live demonstrations of the EF flexo press with full automation.

Headquartered in Shanghai, the Chinese representative Arisen Printing Equipment will service both flexo and gravure printing industries. In addition to headquarters in Shanghai, Arisen has a branch office in Guangzhou and it is a reseller throughout China.

Arisen is owned by Gary Cui, a graduate in packaging engineering with knowledge of flexo printing and anilox technology. Other companies represented by Arisen include Sandon Global, Troika Systems, CBG Acciai, Esterlam, Teknek, Recyl, Flexoclean, Dicar, and Rogers Corporation. The company will participate at Labelexpo Asia 2019 in Shanghai.

Leading both appointments was George Tan, area sales manager for MPS Systems Asia.




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