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Polygraphica - 2018 Projects

- A busy start to 2018, a 10 Colour Comexi is sold from the UK to Canada.  Polygraphica dismantle, ship and install the machine.

- A FMC Wicketer we had in stock is sold to Turkey.  We load and transport the machine to the new owners factory.  

- A Newlong Bag Machine is purchased from Bulgaria and sold to Israel.  The new owner chooses to use their own engineers and shipper to move the machine.

- An America Dealer purchases a Mark Andy 2200 from the UK.  Polygraphica's engineers dismantle and load the machine in to a container supplied by the customer.

- A Canandian customer completes the purchase of a MPS EF330 from the UK.  Polygraphica supplies the service of dismantling and shipping to the new owner.

- Two FMC Wicketers are purchased from a factory closure in Iceland and sold to a regular customer in the Philippines.  Polygraphica dismantles and ships the machines.

- A Greek company, purchases an Omega 330 Die Cutter from our stock. Polygraphica had refurbished the die cutter and made all the arrangements to load on to the customers transport.

- Back to Iceland, this time we sell a 10 Colour Bielloni Theorema to an expanding South African company.  We assist the buyer's engineers to load the machine.

- A highly specified Omex X5 label press is purchased from the Baltic States and sold to Canada. Polygraphica supply the services to dismantle and load the machine.

- An Albanian Company purchases a Bobst SP1575, again from the Iceland factory shutdown.  The buyer arranges the dismantling and shipping.

- An 8 colour Carint Flexo Press is purchased from the UK and sold to the Philippines.  Polygraphica supplies the services to dismantle the machine and pack in a large crate to protect the CI section.

- An Edale 650 flexographic press is purchased from the UK and sold to the USA. Our engineers dismantle the press and load into the customers containers.

- A Nordmeccanica Simplex Laminator is purchased from a UK packaging company and sold to the Indian division of a large multi-national packaging company.