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Diecut Global adds to its portfolio

Diecut Global has supplied, purchased and installed machinery in the corrugated, carton packaging and display industries for over 20 years. Adding to its portfolio, the Preston-based supplier has signed an exclusive distributor agreement for the Loadpoint Automatic Diecutter.

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Die Global is the exclusive distributor of the Loadpoint Automatic Diecutter, produced by Seemi

The Loadpoint Automatic Diecutter is produced by French firm Seemi, which serves a range of sectors from food, packaging, cosmetics, and construction. Diecut Global is also the UK sales agent for its main product range which includes motorised conveyor systems and palletisers.

Designed and developed to serve the corrugated industry, the Loadpoint Automatic Diecutter can also cut a range of other substrates such as box board and display board.

The machine is described as a “fast make-ready machine” capable of achieving make-ready in 15 minutes with a production rate of 1800s p/h and maximum sheet size of 1700mm x 1400mm.

This machine falls perfectly into our product portfolio. We sell many different types and styles of flatbed and rotary diecutters, serving the corrugated, carton, print and finishing industries

Adapted to a range of different production facilities, the cutter can be installed anywhere and easily moved as and when is needed.

Steve Waterhouse, managing director of Diecut Global has been overseeing the company for over two decades. Waterhouse comments: “This machine falls perfectly into our product portfolio. We sell many different types and styles of flatbed and rotary diecutters, serving the corrugated, carton, print and finishing industries.”

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