Aigner Index creates a new, wholly owned subsidiary

Aigner Label Holder Corporation will continue the focus being a leading manufacturer and distributor of label holders for storage applications throughout North America.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
July 26, 2012 - MMH Editorial

Aigner Index, a leading manufacturer and distributor of insertable, plastic label holders for the material handling and library industries, has established a new, wholly owned subsidiary, Aigner Label Holder Corporation.

Aigner Label Holder Corporation will continue the focus being a leading manufacturer and distributor of label holders for storage applications throughout North America.

The company will also seek to expand into other product lines and geographic areas where strategic alliances may occur. For further information and inquiries please visit their new website at http://www.aignerlabelholder.com.



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