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Linkx Systems launches e-newsletter

24 May 2010

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David Hayward, MD of Linkx Systems says: ``We pride ourselves as being innovators in packaging technology and in supplying equipment that gives them a genuine competitive edge. We want to tell you how you can enjoy these benefits, and that’s what this newsletter is all about.

``We’ll be producing it regularly, and in each issue you’ll find information not only about our latest products, but also about interesting applications where we’ve solved problems and saved money for our customers. In this issue, for example, there’s a story about a packaging line for unusually shaped jars – where standard machines might have struggled to cope with these, our products handled them with ease.

``We’d also like to hear from you. Tell us what you like and what you don’t like about our e-newsletter, and whether there are any specific topics you’d like us to cover. But above all, take a few minutes to look through this first edition – we’ve covered some interesting new products, and one of them might be just the solution you’re looking for!''


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