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  • 03 Jul 2020

Rotocontrol appoints local distributor in Italy

Rotocontrol has appointed NTG Digital based near Milan as its new agent in Italy

German label finishing machine manufacturer Rotocontrol has appointed NTG Digital based near Milan as its new agent in Italy as part of its strategy to strengthen the local presence world-wide.

Since 1980, NTG Digital has been active within the graphic arts and printing industry, and a pioneer in introducing new technologies in print communication to the Italian market. The company offers direct support for all its represented products with two operating offices in Cerro Maggiore (near Milan) and Rome with technical engineers and sales representatives, in addition to a dedicated hotline for technical support.

Massimiliano Brenna, who recently joined NTG Digital as digital sales manager, is dedicated to supporting the range of Rotocontrol suite of finishing machines for label inspection, slitting, rewinding, die cutting, overprinting, digital and booklet printed labels.

‘NTG Digital is a great team of highly experienced professionals, offering a full range of products for flexo and digital printing of self-adhesive labels,’ commented Artur Gondek, area sales manager at Rotocontrol. ‘Another advantage NTG Digital provides is years of expertise in digital printing - dating back to 1995, and representing the Domino N610i label press for many years.’

‘We look forward to representing the Rotocontrol brand throughout Italy,’ added Carlo Alberto Di Noi, founder of NTG Digital. ‘With its Ecoline range of low-cost, high efficient slitters and rewinders to its more modular machine lines, allowing complex, multi-process finishing we now have an extensive offering of finishing machines to offer Italian label printers and converters.’

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