TLM Laser forms partnership with LasX Industries

Bromsgrove based TLM Laser have further enhanced their laser products and systems portfolio through a partnership agreement, announced today, with LasX Industries, a technology and industry leader in high performance production class laser converting systems and services.

Under this new partnership, TLM Laser will be responsible for the sales, marketing, installation and servicing of LasX Industries laser systems throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.

As a firmly established and highly respected supplier of laser technology, TLM already has the technical and application expertise required to seamlessly integrate this new product range into their product offering. The comprehensive laser processing systems developed by LasX are used for laser cutting, scoring, and perforating processes, eliminating the need for costly tooling and lengthy set-up times, resulting in greater efficiencies and higher productivity for packaging manufacturers. 

TLM Laser will initially focus on “Breathable Packaging” and “Easy Open” applications, working closely and confidentially with packaging manufacturers and their engineers to develop new product specific processes or enhance and upgrade existing manufacturing processes.

TLM Laser Director Andy Toms commented: “We are delighted to be representing LasX Industries. Their LaserSharp® digital convertingtechnology brings a completely new dimension to our product offering and will undoubtedly open up many opportunities for TLM Laser within new markets ” 

LasX Industries President William Dinauer concluded: “TLM Laser are the ideal partner for us within the UK and Ireland. They are highly respected for their technical expertise, market knowledge and pro-active approach to customer support and service. We look forward to working with them in developing this partnership.” 

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