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Finzer Roller Advertising in New Magazine "Converting Quarterly"

CHICAGO, February 8, 2011 – Finzer Roller today announced that its new print advertising is running in the new magazine "Converting Quarterly."

“Finzer Roller is a member of AIMCAL and has long been a supporter of its members,” stated Randy Apperson, Director of Sales for Finzer Roller. "We are very pleased to launch our new advertising in this high-visibility publication to benefit the industry."

The new print advertising shows several examples of the intricate, tight tolerance rollers which Finzer Roller provides for a variety of demanding applications. "Finzer Roller has designed and continues to manufacture and recover a considerable range of rollers for the film, foil, coating and paper industries," Apperson added.

The company provides precision ground rubber and polyurethane rollers, with a full line of specialty roller products and coatings. Its advanced capabilities include In-house Machine Shops for New Cores and Repairs, Computerized Grinding and Grooving, Dynamic Balancing, Customized Elastomeric Compounding, and a proprietary Roll Tracking System.

[Click to see a PDF of the new advertising.]

Founded in 1968, Finzer Roller is a one-stop resource for rubber rollers and specialty coatings, including steel roller cores, replacement rubber coverings and peripheral products. The company services the film and foil packaging, corrugated box, wood, wood finishing, metal, graphic arts and other precision application industries. Headquartered in Des Plaines, Illinois, Finzer maintains manufacturing and sales in Arkansas, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Texas.

The new magazine "Converting Quarterly" is the official technical magazine of AIMCAL. It has a targeted distribution of 15,000 converting professionals engaged in the web-processing technologies of solution, extrusion and vacuum coating; laminating; film manufacturing; flexographic and gravure printing; slitting, sheeting and other finishing methods. Each issue is filled with Q&A columns and technical-journal articles on web-handling, coating,  laminating and finishing processes and products. [Source and additional information at]

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