Rotoflex Moves To New Toronto R&D Facility
Rotoflex, a leader in narrow and mid-web finishing leader invests in expertise and new facility located in Toronto.
November 8, 2010
by Canadian Packaging Staff
Rotoflex, a leading brand in inspection/rewind equipment and headquartered in Toronto, has recently moved its research and development team into a brand new technology center.
While still located in the Toronto, Ont.-area, the new location includes office space as well as a state-of-the-art lab and testing area for future research and development innovation.
The new facility’s information technology network will be supported by state-of-the-art Agile project management architecture and include design software like ProE 3D, Eagle and others.
The move into the new facility is more of an extension of recent technology launches by Rotoflex including the Genesis advanced control system and the updated Vericut digital finishing solution, further establishing the company as a committed leader in the finishing marketplace.
Rotoflex has also added six newly-appointed design engineers and technical experts focusing on controls, electrical design, aftermarket technical support and product management to help make the customer experience even better.
Rotoflex is a world leader in inspection and finishing equipment, with its brand manufactured under Mark Andy Inc., the world’s number one manufacturer of narrow and mid-web printing and converting equipment. The company has a long history of delivering solutions that increase productivity and profitability for label and packaging markets, supplying leading brands like Comco and Mark Andy printing and converting equipment, Rotoflex finishing solutions, and UVT curing systems. All of these product brands are supported by MAX, the customer service and support team of the organization. Mark Andy Inc. is headquartered in St. Louis, Mo., U.S., with sales and distribution offices worldwide. For more information, visit www.rotoflex.com or www.markandy.com.