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Founded in 1934, Elsner Engineering Works, Inc., has earned a worldwide reputation for leadership in the design and manufacture of a wide range of converting equipment for the paper, film, foil, and nonwovens industries. Virtually every type of consumer roll product can be wound, rewound, packaged, or folded on an Elsner-built machine.
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Elsner Engineering Blog

14 Aug 2016

JAY ROTH PROMOTION: CORPORATE SALES MANAGER

Posted by Elsner Team

August 15, 2016:  Elsner is pleased to announce the promotion of Jay Roth to Corporate Sales Manager.  His new role includes setting the strategic direction of Elsner Sales initiatives, overseeing all Sales Representatives both domestically and internationally, and continuing to develop and pursue new sales relationships while maintaining and visiting existing customers.  He will also be instrumental in overseeing the marketing plan development and implementation.

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31 May 2016

TOP 5 REASONS YOU NEED PARTNERSHIPS IN MANUFACTURING

Posted by Bertram Elsner
Over 80 years of manufacturing converting machinery, Elsner has seen just about everything when it comes to industry trends.  We’ve kept our eye on driving innovation while maintaining our traditional values.  Our vast experience and the on-staff expertise that make up the Elsner team has been the recipe for setting the bar for excellence and best practices in the converting industry.   We have found that the best way to deliver the highest quality to our customers is NOT trying to be all things to our customers.  Fact is, we have an amazing amount of expertise in building state-of-the-art converting equipment that stands the test of time, but in order to bring the most advanced technology to our customers, we must readily admit where our limitations exist.   I have found that building partnerships with the industry’s best is the way to make sure we are passing on a top-notch final product.

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19 May 2016

GLUELESS TECHNOLOGY HIGHLIGHTED AT IDEA 16

Posted by Bertram Elsner

Nonwovens Industry at IDEA 16 recently featured Elsner's newest innovation.  An option for the ENR-1000 converting machinery, the Ultrasonic Tail Tie Glueless option gains you complete tail control for seamless downstream packaging applications without concern of material compliance issues.  Click here for more on the ENR-1000 and the Glueless Option.  Read more as featured in Nonwovens Industry:

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10 May 2016

ELSNER'S CONVERTING MACHINERY HELPS ALLIED HYGIENE RISE FROM THE ASHES: AS SEEN IN IDEA 16 NEWS

Posted by Elsner Team

In the early morning of January 21, 2015 a fire ripped through the Allied Hygiene plant in the outskirts of London, destroying the industrial space and along with it 7 converting machines and production lines.  A leading manufacturer of canister wipes, Allied Hygiene knew they must respond swiftly and with resolve in order to keep the business going.  Their immediate move to engage key partnerships to facilitate new warehouse space and custom machinery allowed Allied Hygiene to barely skip a beat.  

Allied needed cutting-edge converting machinery and Elsner Engineering helped get them back on their feet, better than before.  Providing a wipe converting machine that allowed a fully-automated, turnkey system resulted in greater efficiencies.  In fact, the one new Elsner machine as part of the Shemesh Automation line packed the power of seven machines. 

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Topics: automation, converting equipment, Wet Wipes production

27 Apr 2016

ELSNER ADDS ADDITIONAL SALES REPRESENTATION

Posted by Bertram Elsner

Elsner has announced the hiring of Mike Lynch, Sales Engineer.  Mike is based at the Elsner headquarters and is specializing in the Medical Disposables Market.

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18 Apr 2016

ELSNER FEATURED IN CPBJ'S "MADE"

Posted by Bertram Elsner

Rule the Roll
Check out the article about Elsner, "Ruling the Roll" featured in the Central Penn Business Journal's special edition, "Made."  The publication highlights local manufacturers and the products they distribute globally.  With over 3000 machines in 60+ countries, Elsner is an international leader in converting machinery for many industries including  nonwovens, medical disposables, wall covering and kitchen rolled products.  Click here and go to page 18 to enjoy the article!

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14 Apr 2016

SECRETS BEHIND 80+ YEARS OF MANUFACTURING: CUSTOMER-DRIVEN PURPOSE

Posted by Bertram Elsner

We often get asked:  what is the secret to more than 80 years of operating a successful family-owned manufacturing business? After all, according to The Harvard Business Review, around 70% of family-owned businesses fail or are sold before the second generation takes over the business.  And just 10% remain active, privately held companies for the third generation to lead.  With threats from globalization, and the enduring need to cope with shifts in technology, business models and consumer behavior, some would say it’s never been more difficult for family–owned companies like Elsner.  So, with the odds stacked against us, just what is the secret to our success?  Here are a few thoughts on what's shaped Elsner over the years: 

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Founded in 1934, Elsner Engineering Works, Inc., has earned a worldwide reputation for leadership in the design and manufacture of a wide range of converting equipment for the paper, film, foil, and nonwovens industries. Virtually every type of consumer roll product can be wound, rewound, packaged, or folded on an Elsner-built machine.

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