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Linx extends Nigerian support

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Coding and marking specialist Linx Printing Technologies is further strengthening its presence in Nigeria with the appointment of two new distributors.

BOT Engineering, based in Lagos, will sell and support Linx’s extensive range of laser marking systems, while Green Poplar Nigeria in Shangisha will offer the company’s market-leading continuous ink jet (CIJ) printers.

Nigeria is host to many multinational companies.  The Linx product portfolio will help businesses of all sizes in their quest to minimise downtime and increase productivity on manufacturing lines in a variety of key industries including food & drink, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.

In particular, the availability of Linx’s laser marking technology through BOT Engineering will extend the choice of solutions available for pharmaceutical and bottling applications.

Both BOT Engineering and Green Poplar Nigeria offer extensive experience in the packaging machinery sector, supplying and supporting a variety of complementary equipment.

“Nigeria is an important and growing market and we are delighted to have two such experienced partners, who will be able to provide the high levels of service associated with Linx,” comments Chris Pick, Commercial Director of Linx Printing.

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  • Modified 18 Aug 2017
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