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Intelligent Finishing Systems (IFS) and Tecnau agree exclusive strategic partnership with Böwe Systec UK and Ireland

Effective from the 1st May 2018, Böwe Systec UK and Ireland will be the exclusive supplier and support provider for Tecnau solutions to direct mail, transactional and security print operations in the UK and Ireland. Intelligent Finishing Systems will continue to supply and support Tecnau solutions to all other print sectors including commercial print, graphic arts, books / photo books, trade binders / trade finishers, labels & packaging, education, government and military.

Intelligent Finishing Systems (IFS) and Tecnau have consistently increased market share in the UK and Ireland over the past six years and this new strategic partnership with Böwe Systec UK and Ireland has been established to further enhance and grow Tecnau sales in the UK and Ireland.

Jason Seaber, Technical Sales Director for Intelligent Finishing Systems, is enthusiastic about the new partnership: “We are delighted that Böwe Systec UK and Ireland have decided to join the Tecnau family and we look forward very much to working with them and our partners in the UK and Ireland to help empower digital print with high quality feeding and finishing solutions for continuous feed and cut sheet digital print.”

Böwe Systec UK and Ireland provide high quality, high-speed roll and sheet fed inserting solutions, including the market leading Fusion Cross, and a range of sortation solutions for letters, flats, packet and parcel sorting. Adds Philippe Dugougeat, Managing Director for Böwe Systec “We are delighted to be working with Tecnau which brings the UK & Ireland in-line with many other European countries where Böwe Systec is the local Tecnau distributor. The UK will be serviced by our 30 plus field and on-site engineers with parts support from our Head Office in Maidenhead and the addition of our new regional service and parts site in Derby, due to be operational in May 2018.”