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  • 01 Apr 2020

Compliance Labelling installs BGM’s slitter rewinder

Compliance Labelling installs BGM’s slitter rewinder

UK-based converter invests in the latest high-speed die-cut slitter rewinder from Bar Graphic Machinery to improve production speed and production capacity.

Compliance Labelling Solutions has over 30 years of experience in the manufacturing and printing of labels and tags. Its plant in Braintree, UK has been fully accredited with ISO and BRC certificates. The company produces labels and tags supplying to customers such as John Lewis, House of Fraser, L’Oréal and Royal Mail. 

Majority of stock items like digitally printed, colored or plain adhesive labels and non-adhesive tags are supplied for next day delivery therefore the company heavily relies on high-quality machinery to meet customer demand. 

Geoff Nunn, managing director of Compliance Labelling, commented: ‘Following a visit to BGM we made our first purchase of an inspection slitter rewinder in the winter 2018. Since its installation, the machine has been faultless with no problems whatsoever. On one occasion one of our operators did require a little assistance, however, a simple phone call to BGM and everything was sorted out in a matter of minutes.

‘We needed to replace our existing die-cutter machines and increase our capacity for plain white label die-cutting,’ adds Nunn. ‘It was without hesitation a very easy decision to return to BGM. Their machines are quick to set up, have low energy consumption and a small footprint, therefore, following a visit to their stand at Labelexpo Europe, we made a decision to purchase the latest high-speed die-cut slitter rewinder.’

Bar Graphic Machinery’s sales manager, Daniel Carr, commented: ‘We are very proud to be part of Compliance Labelling Solutions growth, and we are looking forward to continuing to work with them in the future.’

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