NELMAR Security Packaging Systems Inc. Enhances Their Printing Capabilities

Terrebonne, Canada, January 14, 2018 — NELMAR Security Packaging Systems announced that their new Windmöller & Hölscher (W&H) printing press has been installed and is fully operating, enhancing their print speed by 21% to 2,000 feet per minute.

NELMAR has always focused relentlessly on innovation and a pursuit of the highest manufacturing standards. “Our goal has always been to deliver the best products, manufactured with the greatest consistency,” said President & CEO, Neil Freder. “This can only be achieved through a continuous investment in the newest cutting-edge technology. Our new printing machinery more than doubles our output capacity and enhances our overall graphic capabilities in so many ways.”

The 10-color 67” VISTAFLEX joins a fleet of W&H extrusion, printing, and converting equipment at NELMAR’s vertically-integrated manufacturing facility. NELMAR’s recent capital expenditure is only the latest example of their devotion to providing the highest quality products and services. Freder added, “We’re confident that when we combine our printing technology with our new bag-making equipment due to arrive in June, we’ll continue to lead our field in producing the highest quality products at the most competitive costs to our customers.”

About NELMAR Security Packaging Systems Inc.

NELMAR has been at the forefront of the security packaging industry for over 30 years, protecting currency and assets in transit for banks, retailers, armored carriers, and many other industries. Their advanced tamper-evident security products are sold under the trademark names FRAUDSTOPPER™, FRAUDSTOPPER ONE™, FRAUDSTOPPER ICE™, SECUR-PAK™, MASTERCOIN™, and ARMOTAPE™.

For more information, please visit www.nelmar.com or call 800.363.2283.

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