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  • 05 Apr 2017

Aldus Engineering and Tronics merge

Recently merged Australian label specialists Aldus Engineering and Tronics, to become Aldus-Tronics, will present its credentials at PacPrint, the major down under packaging/labeling trade show planned to open in Melbourne in late May this year.

Recently merged Australian label specialists Aldus Engineering and Tronics, to become Aldus-Tronics, will present its credentials at PacPrint, the major down under packaging/labeling trade show planned to open in Melbourne in late May this year.

Aldus Engineering, established in 1949, has been serving the graphics industry in Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia for nearly seventy years. 

Originally manufacturing flexo printing presses and slitting systems, Aldus is the long-serving local distributor for Mark Andy printing presses, Rotoflex slitters, Tidland air shafts, Fife edge guides and tensions control systems, Epson digital presses and other related products.

Tronics, established in 1985, has been manufacturing labelers for more than thirty years. Since 2001 the company has also been the Videojet distributor in Australia and New Zealand, with subsidiaries in the United States, New Zealand and Malaysia.

Tronics CEO Frank Floriano has been named to fill the same position of the merged entity.

 

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