LINTEC CHOOSE PARKLAND TO ASSIST GROWTH PLAN…

July 21st, 2015

Leading European supplier of pressure sensitive films Lintec Graphic Films has again chosen Parkland International as supplier for their latest round of investment in converting equipment.

Due to expansion, new equipment will be provided and scheduled to coincide with a move in to a purpose built facility in the summer of 2015. Managing Director Andy Voss comments “due to increased sales in specialist synthetic label stock, our current building was somewhat restrictive and we needed a facility that matched our growth plan. Having worked with Parkland for many years it made it an obvious choice when selecting a supplier for our new equipment”.

Lintec will add to their existing Parkland equipment with a SM150 Duplex Centre Winder and a TC35 Series R Automatic Core Cutting Machine.

The SM150 (Series I & II) is a popular choice for full width slitting of a wide range of films, laminates, label stock and paper and is available in two versions.

The Parkland TC35 Series R is an automatic machine that is ideal for customers looking for a high quality, accurate finish with a minimum amount of operator input. Additional automatic features, quick and easy settings for different core diameters and wall thicknesses and the ability to cut both cardboard and plastic cores, makes this model ideal for the medium to high volume user. Optional core loading systems can be added at point of sale or retrospectively for full automation to give a continuous cutting cycle.

Barry’s Great Manchester Run 2015

April 22nd, 2015

Parkland General Manager Barry Salmon is taking part in the Morrisons Great Manchester Run 2015 on Sunday 10th May to raise money for The Christie. To make it even more special for him he will be running with his three daughters.

Barry would be very grateful if you could take the time to sponsor him. No amount is too small, all donations are hugely appreciated by The Christie.

https://www.justgiving.com/barrysalmon100

All the staff at Parkland International would like to wish Barry good luck.