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tlas Converting Equipment will present its range of primary secondary slitter rewinders at the K Show in Düsseldorf,f, Ger October 19–26 on Stand 3B91 in Hall 3. 2016 is looking to be another bumper year fofor the company, with orders significantly ahead of th e previous year and with the delivery of three 10.5mprimary slitt er rewinders. Established in 1976, the Atlas Converting brand was the pioneer of the slitting and rewindingmarket by being one of the first companies to develop slitting and rewindingmachines to handle unwind widths of over fivemetres. 40 years later, it remains one of the premiumbrands in the industry, specialising in the design andmanufafacture of primary and or a wide range of flexiblematerials including


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plain andmetallised plastic film, labelstock, paper and board. By continuing to push the boundaries of engineering and process control,modern Atlas slitter rewinders can accommodate 10.6mwide unwind rolls and process themat staggering speeds, up to 1,500m/min. With its brands of Atlas & Titan, the company has to-date installedmore than 2,600 secondary Titan and 1,000 Atlas primary slitter rewinders worldwide, with over 250 filmslitters exceeding sixmetres in width. www.atlasconv


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Essentra launches transport and logistics, and new commercial website


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company’s o ering in a single online location for the irst time. With features and tailored content, this new site aims to improve overall custome experience, and is optimi desktop andmobile devices. Essentra.comshowcases the company’s extensive product


its targeted end-markets, portfofolio and capabilities


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vehicles,making it easier for customers to see how the company can work with them and add value as a supplier.r. The upgraded site also eatures a dedicated news


section, providing updates and infoformation fromacross the breadth of Essentra’s businesses, aswell as commentary onwider industry trends and events. Its ‘Essential Thinking’ articles


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01753 sales@jarshire.co.uk 825122


825122 www.jarshire.co.uk JARSHIRE LIMITED , LEVELS HOUSE, BRISTOL WAY, STOKE GARD ENS, SLOUGH SL1 3QE


Cost-saving – less equipment Space-saving – less infrastructure High efficiency – one handler covers all Operator-friendly – fast-coupling system


High efficiency


The latest in a line of innovations from the Jarshire/Dotec portfolio to lift, shift and turn reels safely and efficiently.


W itness the Quick Change C at PPMA, 27 – 29 Sept


s the Quick Change Concept at w a t PPMA, 2 7 – 29 September,r, Stand E106


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