Deco Tech To Show EDGE 850 at WestPack 2013

December, 2012 – Calgary, Alberta, Canada – Deco Tech, North American distributor of the EDGE 850, has announced that they will be exhibiting in booth #5088 at the WestPack Show on February 12-14th, 2013 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA.

Michael Learmouth, President of Deco Tech said “We are excited to launch this new roll to roll label printing system and we are certain a lot of our existing clients will be equally excited as well and we look forward to showing this great digital label printing technology to all who visit our booth.”

The EDGE 850 is a digital label press solution printing at speeds up to 9.14 meters/minute (30 feet/minute/6 ips) for short run label production on a variety of die-cut, kiss-cut or roll substrates. This innovative label press is easy to operate, so you can say goodbye to ordering huge quantities of pre-printed labels. Designed for in-house production of labels, users will be capable of printing 2000 labels in less than 20 minutes and have the finished roll ready for immediate application.

WestPack is the only event successfully delivering every sector of the world's 5th largest economy–California. WestPack continues to be the gateway to the West's packaging marketplace, and next year, thousands of key production and manufacturing managers, packaging engineers, project/product managers, brand managers, operations managers, purchasing staff, and general corporate managers will gather at the Anaheim Convention Center seeking new and competitive solutions and suppliers. Last year’s show attracted 14,461visitors and over 2000 exhibitors from all over the world.

About Deco Tech

Operations began in June of 1987 with the vision of providing our customers with high quality and affordable machinery for printing & decorating their plastic, glass, and metal products. Today Deco Tech provides cutting-edge solutions for decorating, printing, digital printing, labeling and marking technologies to companies throughout North America and Central America.