Sandon Global, the award-winning manufacturer of anilox rolls, sleeves and cylinders has bolstered its position in the European market, after it announced a distribution partnership agreement with Danish machinery expert, No-Me.
The agreement will ensure continuity in the Danish narrow and wide web market when Torben Andresen, Sales Manager: Denmark at Sandon, retires from his position after nearly four decades in manufacturing later this year. The new partnership makes No-Me the exclusive Danish distributor of Sandon’s renowned anilox rollers and sleeves, and marks its first entry into the anilox market.
Jake Roberts, Sales Director at Sandon spoke following the announcement, saying, ‘We are delighted to announce our collaboration with No-Me, a trusted partner who we know shares our passion for innovation and excellent customer service. This new agreement means our customers will experience no disruption once Torben takes his well-earned retirement.’
Jake continued, ‘No-Me will take a proactive role in developing new business for Sandon in the Danish market while providing customer service and support. We are tremendously excited to see how this partnership can turbocharge our Danish operations and take our European presence to the next level.’
Glenn Büttner, owner of No-Me, was delighted with the new partnership, adding, ‘We have a strong relationship with Sandon and we know its reputation for quality. So, when we were looking for an anilox partner, we jumped at the chance to work with the gold standard in anilox sleeves and rollers.’
He added, ‘Torben has done an excellent job of promoting Sandon Global in Denmark, and I look forward to supporting him in the build-up to his retirement. We have known each other for over 30 years, and his know-how and technical expertise mean it will be a productive collaboration for all parties.’
A family-run business, No-Me specialises in solutions for the packaging and graphic industries. Büttner has worked in the packaging industry for over 40 years and established the No-Me business in 2013. His daughter, Christine Büttner, is the company’s Sales Manager tasked with overseeing the new anilox segment and will be the new first point of contact for Danish customers.