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AKD advises Telrol Group

May 2016

Telrol Group, Europe's largest manufacturer of labels and paper rolls has completed the acquisition of Sentega Etiketten.

Telrol mainly serves the food, logistic, stationary and retail markets. After completing the previous acquisitions of Peha labels, Kolibri labels and Q-tronics, the group gained a strong position in the cosmetic, home & personel care, beverage and chemical industry as well. 

Sentega, a former Avery Dennison company, is a manufacturer of customised self-adhesive products for businesses across Europe, based in the Netherlands but with a sales organization in France, Germany and the UK. Sentega is high level experienced in its customer service and in the markets it serves.

Following the acquisition of Sentega, Telrol Group generates an annual turnover of approximately 200 Million Euro's, employs more than 500 people, features 180 printing and converting machines and converts more than 1.4 Billion square meters of self-adhesive labels and paper rolls.

The team of AKD was led by Nathalie van Woerkom, Selma Baouch and Robert Vodegel.

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