Pine Brook, NJ, April 15, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Bell-Mark Corporation, a leading supplier of Coding, Printing & Marking equipment, confirms that a fire that occurred at the company’s Dover, PA facilities, has only affected one of the buildings that is used primarily for assembly and administrative purposes.
Fortunately no one was seriously injured. Additionally, all critical business data is co-located off site. Due to the nature of the business, and the fact that the company’s main manufacturing building remains undamaged, all projects will proceed as planned.
Over the course of the next few days Bell-Mark’s management will be addressing the situation, and expect very minimal impact to the daily operations.
Bell-Mark's Vice President Tom Pugh said, "We want to clearly state to all of our concerned customers that we will continue to provide the high quality products and service to them, just as we always have. While this fire is very unfortunate, because it only affected one of the buildings that we utilize for assembly, we will continue supporting our customers with equipment and supplies."
Questions should be directed to:
Glenn C. Breslauer - 973.882.0202
Bell-Mark is a worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of innovative in-line coding and printing machinery. For over 45 years, Bell-Mark has been designing solutions for package printing applications in the meat, medical device, pharmaceutical, prepared foods, bakery, dairy and poultry packaging industries. Bell-Mark offers many in-line printing technologies including thermal transfer, flexographic, reciprocating ink coders, and inkjet, all of which satisfy requirements to print bar codes, lot/exp codes, date codes, graphics and variable data directly onto packaging substrates.
Glenn C. Breslauer
Director, Marketing / IT