E.C.H. Will, Pemco, Kugler-Womako and Winkler+Dünnebier at PRINT 09
For the first time the four paper converting companies, including the brands SHM and Wrapmatic, and their North American sales organizations Körber PaperLink North America and W+D Machinery Company will participate together at a trade show in the North American market.
For six days, E.C.H. Will, Pemco, Kugler-Womako and Winkler+Dünnebier will showcase unique system solutions for paper sheeting, converting, packaging and printing. The range of products varies from Pemco board sheeting solutions to Kugler-Womako solutions for the stationery and book binding industries. E.C.H. Will concentrates on solutions for the converting of digital sizes, whereas Winkler+Dünnebier will inform about their solutions for the envelope industries. Several machine demonstrations will be held during the day.
In addition to the fair booth at McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois, Pemco invites their customers to an Open House in Sheboygan, Wisconsin to see their latest folio-size sheeter equipped with new technology for high-efficiency board sheeting.
E.C.H. Will GmbH
E.C.H. Will is a leading supplier of machinery for the paper manufacturing and converting industries. The product range includes cut-size sheeters for the production of communication paper (2-16 pockets), folio-size sheeting machines for paper and board, converting lines for the production of ruled and unruled layers, exercise books and folded sheets in the entry-level, mid-range and high-end markets.
Pemco is a manufacturer of complete packaging lines for cut-size and folio-size paper and board, SHM brand folio-size sheeting systems for paper and board, and specialty stationery packaging machines for envelope filling and sealing. The cut-size paper packaging equipment includes wrappers, labelers, stacker-accumulators, case packers and lidders. Pemco also represents the Wrapmatic brand.
Kugler-Womako has a long tradition as a supplier of machinery for a variety of sectors in the paper converting industry. The product portfolio comprises twin wire forming machinery, single, twin and plastic wire binding machines, pad machines, lever arch and ring binder mounting lines, punching machines, converting machines for wet glue labels and films, special sheeters for e-papers and passport finishing lines, also for e-passports. The company also supplies labeling systems for the application of self-adhesive labels on various products and for a variety of industries.
Winkler+Dünnebier AG produces primarily envelope and handkerchief machines. Another focus is the manufacture of transport and palletizing devices for the paper, tissue and food industries. Winkler+Dünnebier has manufacturing and sales locations in Germany, the Americas, China and Malaysia. The experience and commitment of approximately 930 employees contribute to the company’s reputation for outstanding products and service.
E.C.H. Will, Pemco, Kugler-Womako and Winkler+Dünnebier are companies of Körber PaperLink, a system supplier of premium solutions for the paper and tissue industries.
Körber Process Solutions GmbH
Körber PaperLink GmbH (KPL), with its head office in Hamburg, Germany, is the strategic management holding company for the Paper Division of the Körber Group. KPL unites internationally operating companies specialized in providing machinery and services for the paper and tissue converting industries under one roof. All of these companies hold leading market positions: E.C.H. Will, Kugler-Womako, Pemco (with the brands SHM and Wrapmatic), Fabio Perini S.p.A., Perini Engraving, Green Bay Engineering, Fabio Perini Ltda., KPL Packaging (with the Casmatic brand), Körber Engineering Shanghai, W+D-Langhammer and Winkler+Dünnebier.
Körber PaperLink has sales and service offices in Europe, North America, South America, and Asia.
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