News Clips: Sept. 2009

  • Multisorb Technologies, Buffalo, NY, launches a new website, www.multisorb.com, to provide a comprehensive online resource for active packaging solutions.

  • QuadTech, Sussex, WI, reports its Irish subsidiary Vigitek has changed its name to QuadTech Ireland. Vigitek's print inspection products also will be renamed to fit within the QuadTech family.

  • Rogers Corp., Rogers, CT, launches a Chinese language website, www.rogerscorp.cn.com, to provide engineers, product designers, and other visitors with regionalized service.

  • Spartech Corp., St. Louis, MO, receives Material Content Certification from Scientific Certification Systems for its UltrosRenu 90 Clear, UltrosRenu 90 Blend, and UltrosRenu Blue Tint “drop in” PVC replacements designed for blister packaging, clamshells, display boxes, and containers.

  • Great Northern Corp., Appleton, WI, reports the Appleton facility has achieved certification to the Sustainable Forestry Initiative chain-of-custody standard.

  • Printing Industries of America, Pittsburgh, PA, unveils The Green Guide for Graphic Communications: Growing and Profiting through Sustainability, a free, members-only resource to help printers and packaging houses capitalize on their environmentally responsible performance.

  • Mesirow Financial, Chicago, IL, serves as finacial advisor to Sabert Corp., Sayreville, NJ, in the acquisition of the packaging business of Gage Industries.

  • Extrusion Dies Industries (EDI), Chippewa Falls, WI, appoints Daejoo Industrial Co. as its agent in Korea.

  • Punch Graphix Americas, Itasca, IL, reports Quebec-based LR Graphic Supply, will be responsible for sales and service of Xeikon and basysPrint product lines in Canada.

  • UK-based Sandon Global names Victory Graphics, Slouth, as its UK agent for laser-engraved ceramic anilox rolls in the litho coating market.

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