June 26, 2017 4:36 PM ET


Company Overview of Paper Converting Machine Company, Inc.

Company Overview

Paper Converting Machine Company, Inc. designs and manufactures tissue converting, packaging, flexographic printing, and nonwovens technology. The company offers narrow and wide web flexographic printing machines; wet wipes and envelope machines; and equipment to produce a range of dry folded products, including facial tissue and hankies, napkins and cleaning wipes, and other substrates that include foil and wax paper. Its product line comprises tissue converting machinery, such as unwinds, embossers and laminators, printers, lotion coaters, rewinders, tailsealers, accumulators, logsaws, and core machines; and tissue packaging machinery, including wrappers and bundlers. In addition, the comp...

2300 South Ashland Avenue

PO Box 19005

Green Bay, WI 54307-9005

United States

Founded in 1919





Key Executives for Paper Converting Machine Company, Inc.

Global Sales Director of Printing and Nonwovens Converting Division
Sales Director of Printing, Coating and Laminating
Director of Folding International Sales
Vice President of Sales & Marketing
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Paper Converting Machine Company, Inc. Key Developments

Paper Converting Machine Company Announces New Tissue Embosser-Laminator

Paper Converting Machine Company announced it will unveil the Omnia, a new tissue embosser-laminator, this summer. The Omnia, which in Latin means all, everything, marks a new era for PCMC in the embossing and laminating market. This full-featured machine will deliver safety, flexibility, fast changeovers and productivity for customers, all in a compact footprint. Other highlights include an open design for accessibility and ergonomics, the elimination of hydraulics, modularity for easy upgrades and automatic roll changes. The first Omnia is currently in production, and will be available for demonstration in June 2017.

Paper Converting Machine Company Names Dave Kessenich as Sales Director

Paper Converting Machine Company announced that Dave Kessenich has accepted the position of Folding International sales director. In his new role, Kessenich will drive the product and sales strategy for the nonwovens product line of Paper Converting Machine Company, a division of Barry-Wehmiller, while continuing to enhance the company's overall success. Kessenich will operate from Paper Converting Machine Company's headquarters in Green Bay.

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