GSE appoints Scandinavian Electronics as local distributor

Founded in 1977, Scandinavian Electronics is a well-established distributor of process control equipment and laboratory instrumentation for the region’s printing, packaging, pulp and paper industries.

Strategically based in Sydney, Melbourne and on New Zealand’s North Island, Scandinavian Electronics will serve as GSE Dispensing’s local contact for all flexo and gravure-related product inquiries and service calls.  Its staff will provide after-sales support, including installation, operator training, preventative maintenance, calibration and equipment repair, according to GSE.

Anne Lourens, managing director of GSE Dispensing says, “We are delighted to appoint Scandinavian Electronics as our agents. Thanks to SE’s strong service capabilities, and the fast response times they assure, printers are certain to get the most out of their investment in GSE equipment.”

Through its Colorsat product programme, GSE Dispensing says it has a proven track record in helping graphics customers achieve exact, consistent colour quality and improved ink yields, sometimes by up to 30 per cent.

Also commenting, Nick Nilsson, managing director of Scandinavian Electronics says, “We are thrilled with our new partnership with GSE Dispensing. This is a well-known supplier in Europe with an excellent reputation for supplying high-quality equipment.

“We look forward to the challenge and opportunity of promoting and servicing this equipment in Australia and New Zealand. From SE’s point of view, this partnership strengthens our presence in the market and complements our existing product range.”

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