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Exclusive licensing agreement

19 May 2011

Control Print (India), the 415 million Rupee turnover packaging and coding expert has signed an exclusive licensing agreement with Codeology

Codeology is the the UK-based manufacturer of large character ink jet carton coding and barcode labelling machinery to manufacture their range of ink jet printers under licence in India.

Control Print, based in Mumbai and with offices throughout India and Asia, will manufacture the full range of Codeology end-of-line large character ink jet printers for sale across Asia.

Shiva Kabra, Marketing Director of Control Print, explained their decision to work with Codeology. ‘We needed a world-class, rugged, reliable and simple ink jet printer for our demanding customers. When we evaluated the markets, Codeology equipment met all of the criteria perfectly.’

Codeology was formed in 2005 by a small team of coding and labelling experts ‘left behind’ when a local company was taken over and relocated.

Jim Mason, Managing Director, commented: ''We saw an opportunity when our previous employer was bought out. The new owners were not interested in continuing with some parts of the business, so we formed Codeology to fill the hole left in the market.

''Already we have U.K. household names such as Burton Biscuits and Kelloggs among our customers, as well as strong sales in Europe to Ireland, Germany, Spain, Portugal and outside Europe as far as the Philippines. We welcome this partnership with Control Print that brings our products to one of the world’s fastest-growing markets.''

Contact Jim Mason, M.D. at sales@codeology.com or 01722 322244


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