Bystronic Announces Cooperation with Maschinenbau Gerold G.m.b.H & Co. KG

During Glasstec 2002 in Dusseldorf, Bystronic Inc. and Maschinenbau Gerold GmbH & Co, KG (Nettetal, Germany) announced an agreement whereby Bystronic Inc. will represent and support Gerold's screen-printing and related equipment for the North American automotive glass industry.

Our relationship with Gerold will provide our customers with complete pre-processing system integration expertise," states Bystronic's Marcel Bally, "and the Gerold machinery adheres to the same high quality design and manufacturing standards, technical support, training, and service our customers have come to rely on for all their Bystronic machines."Gerold's screen-printing and related equipment is characterized by its flexibility and adaptability to most any process requirement.Responding to the growing need within the automotive industry, Gerold offers a new patented "printing to the edge" process.

Bystronic is the global supplier of total solutions for the economical, application-engineered fabrication of architectural and automotive glass. With its innovative systems technologies and services, the brand stands for lasting customer benefit, reliability and the best products on the market. The company’s North American headquarters with manufacturing, service, parts inventory, as well as customer training, sales and administrative offices, is located in Hauppauge, N.Y.

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