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AQL Decorating Company Acquires Radial Images

December 8, 2008

AQL Decorating Company has acquired the operational assets of Radial Images, a bottle, jar and closure decorating company located in Cinnaminson, NJ. The decorating equipment, fixtures and inventory will be moved to AQL’s facility in Fairview, NJ. AQL will now service all of the Radial Images customers out of its Fairview facility.

In a related announcement, Steven Mannino, formerly the president of Radial Images, has joined AQL as sales manager and will cultivate and grow its expanding customer base.

AQL Decorating Company provides screen printing, pressure sensitive labeling, hot stamping, pad printing, and therimage/heat transfer for a wide variety of brands packaged in various shapes and sizes. It remains an independent business unit and a member of the O.Berk family of packaging companies. More info: www.AQLdecorating.com
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