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January 29, 2014
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Pearson Packaging systems signs agreement to sell CT Pack multipacking equipment
Pearson Packaging Systems, a leading manufacturer of secondary packaging equipment, is pleased to announce that it has signed an exclusive co-marketing agreement with CT Pack. Pearson will be the supplier of CT Pack's Vortex Systems Multipacking equipment in North America and will sell this product line as part of a complete end-of-line solution for customers.
Key Technology appoints Flo-Mech as sales partner in UK and Ireland
Key Technology announces the appointment of Flo-Mech Ltd as its exclusive sales partner in the UK and Ireland. Flo-Mech is responsible for bringing Key’s automated inspection and sorting systems, specialized conveying, and processing equipment to customers that process and package food products such as fresh and processed fruits and vegetables, potatoes, nuts, snacks, and meats, as well as industrial products such as chemicals, plastics, and paper.
Tridak trademark registration granted in Europe
Tridak LLC is announced that “TRIDAK” is now a registered trademark in Europe. The registration has been granted for a period of 10 years starting in December of 2009. An application for this trademark has also been submitted in the United States and is expected to receive approval shortly. Tridak has specialized in fluid dispensing technology for over thirty years. Tridak offers a complete line of precision dispense valves, electro-pneumatic dispensers and controllers, disposable packaging, and complete dispensing and filling systems for industrial assembly and fluid packaging in syringes and cartridges. In the event that standard products do not fully meet the challenge of the application, Tridak also has the capability to customize products and develop unique dispensing and filling systems for specific applications.
TGW names Kevin Thuet Director of Systems Development
TGW, a leading integrated logistics solutions provider, announced that Kevin Thuet has joined TGW in the newly created position of Director of Systems Development. In this role, Thuet will be responsible TGW’s Systems Development efforts. Thuet has designed over 300 different Distribution and Manufacturing facilities worldwide for such companies as Nike, Motorola, USPS, Medtronic, Vans, HP, Excel Beef, Levi Strauss, Teva, Frito Lay, Coca-Cola, Columbia Sportswear, Houghton Mifflin, and many others.
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