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Finishing

C and T gets pumped up for 2016

C and T Channel Matrix has strengthened its competitive hand and launched a new range of consumables that it says will allow die makers, box makers, and print finishers to purchase equipment from just one manufacturer and stockist

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The expanded C and T range features cutting plates, ejection rubbers and accessories

The range comprises cutting plates, ejection rubbers, and a huge range of consumable accessories, each of which plays a vital part in the cutting and creasing process.

Simon Shenton, managing director of C and T, comments: “For the first time, C and T Channel’s extended portfolio enables customer to purchase everything required for successful cutting and creasing from one leading manufacturer and stockist.  

"This will give customers a reliable and convenient way to purchase from a company with significant expertise in their requirements.

For the first time, C and T Channel’s extended portfolio enables customer to purchase everything required for successful cutting and creasing from one leading manufacturer and stockist

“The extension to our offering, plus the recent appointment of Howard Mead as our Technical Sales Manager in the UK and Europe, is part of our ongoing strategy to reposition C and T Channel Matrix as the leading ‘one-stop’ provider for all corrugated convertors, carton producers and print finishers in the UK. We are already looking at adding new items to the range including the possibility of steel rules.”

Included in the range are steel cutting plates suitable for Bobst or similar pieces of kit, as well as a portfolio of plastic parts used by die makers. 

The new range will also have support from the Vossen patch up tape range, which C and T has been made a distributor of.

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