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By News Desk
1 March 2012

hagedorn will showcase its Vitech range of paper knives at drupa

Germany-based knife and paper cutting tools provider hagedorn will be among the exhibitors at drupa, where it will be presenting new business models for potential resellers.

At drupa, hagedorn will demonstrate its fully equipped mobile 'grinding container' for reprocessing knives to interested companies, as well as the Vitech knife range, which can perform up to 60,000 cuts without regrinding.

Horst Hagedorn, senior manager, comments: "Based on the success of the Vitech knives, we would like to expand the marketing and distribution, and are looking for suitable entrepreneurs interested in negotiating a reseller agreement with us." 

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