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ROTOCON Now Representing Rosas Maschinenbau in South Africa

CAPE TOWN, South Africa (November 26, 2020)— German manufacturer Rosas Maschinenbau has appointed ROTOCON as their new distributor in South Africa for their customized high-performance rewinders and equipment for the label industry. ROTOCON has placed the first order for a Cheetah 500 tabletop rewinder.

Rosas Maschinenbau offers a wide range of customized high-performance tabletop rewinder and inspection machines, including:

  • Cheetah 500: tabletop rewinder with possible upgrades for inspection (print, pharma); inline code verification; and label finishing,
  • Rosas Maschinenbau GorillaGorilla: hybrid rewinder for booklet labels and thicker material,
  • Gazelle: high-speed bidirectional rewinder for imprinting labels,
  • Hippo: bidirectional rewinder for printing braille codes on labels and booklets,
  • Customized solutions for the RFID industry (HF, UHF, NFC) with read/write, and database synchronization in combination with optical vison systems.

Under the agreement, all Rosas Maschinenbau machines and equipment will be available through ROTOCON’s headquarters in Cape Town, and branch offices in Johannesburg and Durban.

“The product offering from Rosas Maschinenbau is complementary to our other slitting, rewinding and inspection machines we represent,” said Michael Aengenvoort, ROTOCON director and co-owner. “Their range of economically viable solutions are customizable, adapting to a printer’s unique specifications. Quality, productivity, and sustainability is their philosophy behind each machine they design and build.”

The Rosas machine on order, a Cheetah 500 tabletop rewinder, features two servo motors, splice table, idler roller, inside/outside wrap rewinding, web and winding tension control, integrated job memory, and operates at a speed up to 1600 ft/min (500m/min, depending on substrate) for 0.39 – 10 inch (9.9 – 254mm) thin film. It also features splice and missing label detection.

ROTOCON will provide local service technicians for installation, comprehensive operator training, and servicing of Rosas equipment.

About Rosas Maschinenbau GmbH

Rosas Maschinenbau was founded in 1980 and is headquartered in Diedorf, Germany. The second family generation business provides specialized solutions in printing and finishing of paper/film for both new installations as well as retrofitting existing production machinery.

Their product range includes rewinding units, diecutting systems, envelope production machines, batcher stackers, and form processing machines serving printing & converting companies.

www.rosas-maschinenbau.de

About ROTOCON

With headquarters in Cape Town and branches in Johannesburg, Durban, Europe, and Asia, ROTOCON provides tailor-made turnkey solutions for the label printing and packaging industry. Our goal is to learn about your printing environment and recommend the ideal solution to meet your needs.

In South Africa, ROTOCON represents industry-leading brands including AVT, Cheshire Anilox Technology, Domino, DuPont, Erhardt+Leimer, Jet Europe, Kocher+Beck, MPS, Pantec GS Systems, Phoseon Technology, Rheintacho, Rosas Maschinenbau, RotoControl, Screen, UV Ray and Wink, in addition to ECOLINE finishing machines. On-site installations, training, after-sales service, maintenance, spare parts, consumables, and refurbished equipment are also available through ROTOCON.

ROTOCON is committed to providing exceptional customer service and after-sales support.

www.rotocon.world

Media Contact:

Heather Roth | Marketing Communications Manager
ROTOCON Europe
Tel: +49 1522 181 3284
pr@rotocon.world

By | 2020-12-16T08:32:17+00:00 November 26th, 2020|Press Release|0 Comments

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