DTM joins Sandon Global Agents Network
DTM Flexo Sevices has joined the Sandon Global Agents Network to cover the Canadian market. DTM was founded in 2013 in Stoney Creek ONT, Canada, by David McBeth who has worked with and for some of the largest suppliers within the Flexographic Markets.
Mr McBeth commented: “DTM’s reputation and customer relationships have been built on years of hard work and a wealth of knowledge developed by supporting and helping our Canadian customers find the very BEST solutions to their challenges. We pride ourselves in representing some of the most innovative product lines worldwide and keeping our customers abreast of new technologies that can improve their profits and process improvements. We are extremely pleased to add Sandon Global’s anilox portfolio to our growing list of services.
“DTM believes that it is often the little things that make the difference between being viewed as a value-added vendor-partner vs. just a source of commodity products.
“Our capabilities allow us to work with Canadian printers to offer a complete line of solutions with problem-solving capabilities. DTM serve as a manufacturer’s representative which gives us a broader choice of solutions. Our latest relationship with Sandon Global allows us to offer Canadian printers the very best in anilox quality as well as the very latest in anilox engraving innovations.”
DTM serves Canadian printers with a broad range of solutions including flexible packaging CI presses, label, shrink sleeve and mid web presses, waste management, plate sleeve mounting and de-mounting, 100% visual inspection systems, Anilox roll cleaning systems, anti bounce plate sleeves and carbon fibre bridges and pneumatic / hydraulic adaptors, doctor chamber replacements and now Anilox rolls and sleeves.
Commenting on the new partnership Sandon Global’s managing director Richard Millington said: “I have been very impressed with the depth of technical knowledge at DTM who clearly have a good handle on the challenges faced by modern day flexo printers.”
He added: “DTM is well placed to represent our anilox products in the Canadian market. We are looking forward to developing longstanding relationships with printers across all print categories.”