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American Starlinger-Sahm Inc moves into new headquarters

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At the beginning of June 2015 American Starlinger-Sahm, Inc. completed a move into its new North American headquarters. Located in Fountain Inn, South Carolina, the new facility comprises a total of 23 000 ft2 and consists of a machine exhibition area, spare parts warehouse, and office space.

Customers can see machinery in operation

“North America is an important market with strong growth potential both in woven plastic packaging production and in plastics recycling. In our new headquarters, with its machine exhibition area, our customers can see Starlinger and Sahm machinery in operation and make test runs with their respective input materials,” says Jimmy Cranford, President of American Starlinger-Sahm, Inc.

In the new location, Starlinger-Sahm will offer a full range of their products and services. In the course of the summer, machinery from Starlinger textile packaging, Starlinger recycling technology, Starlinger viscotec, and Sahm will be set up in the new machine exhibition area. “A recoSTAR universal recycling line, the viscoSHEET and deCON equipment, as well as Sahm winders will be available to our customers for demonstration runs and trials,” adds Cranford.

Grand opening in September 2015

The grand opening of the new headquarters will be held as a two-day event on 23 and 24 September 2015. Starlinger and Sahm customers will have the opportunity to network, attend expert lectures on textile packaging, recycling and winding technology and witness live machine demonstrations with customer materials. The official inauguration ceremony will take place on the evening of 23 September 2015 and will be attended by local dignitaries and experts from the plastics industry.

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