Esterlam Ltd, the global leader in synthetic doctor blade products, are pleased to announce they are Gold Sponsors at this year’s popular Flexographic Technical Association (FTA) INFOFLEX exhibition in Columbus, OH, USA 20 and 21 April.
INFOFLEX has been the epicentre of package printing and converting innovation for nearly four decades As the industry’s longest running and most comprehensive North American event, INFOFLEX is a showcase for the package printing industry—flexible packaging, label, digital, folding carton, corrugated display and packaging, converting equipment, premedia, envelope and finishing equipment.
“We are very pleased and excited to be part of this year’s event,” says Esterlam’s Commercial Director Neil Hailey. “It’s always a great platform and an opportunity to meet and discuss technical issues and products with existing and potential new customers face to face. This year’s show theme of ‘Pushing the Limits of Innovation’ is perfect for Esterlam – as the original inventors of the synthetic doctor blade over 40 years ago, we’ve been innovating our products ever since and using our blades in an ever-increasing number of varied applications."
Esterlam are also very excited to announce that from February 2020, they will be working with new supplier H2 Flexo in the USA. “Karen Mattson & Julie Painter have over 30 years’ experience in the flexographic printing industry,” says Neil. “H2 Flexo will be an additional outlet in the USA for the Esterlam advanced laminated doctor & containment blades. They’ll be able to assist new US customers in arranging direct technical dialog, blade recommendations, product samples and stocking of individual blade inventory”
The news brings exciting times for Esterlam Ltd in the USA who are already working successfully with suppliers All Printing Resources (INFOFLEX Booth 703) and Provident (Booth 320) and will be continuing to do so. “Esterlam are all about pushing the boundaries in both quality and service,” adds Neil. “H2 Flexo, APR and Provident are giving customers in the USA the opportunity to benefit from improved production and safety in the workplace. Using Esterlam, award winning, advanced laminated blade technology to achieve this has now just got a whole lot easier.”