Eagle Packaging Machinery is now EndFlex

Company ownership and staff have not changed.

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Eagle Packaging Machinery LLC, announces that the company will operate under the new name EndFlex
LLC, effective immediately. Company ownership and staff have not changed.

EndFlex (http://www.EndFlex.com), is a Florida-based manufacturer of secondary and end-of-line automated
packaging solutions including case erecting, tray forming, case packing and robotic pick & place
automation.

“At our core, we have always manufactured flexible end of line solutions. The name EndFlex provides
focus on what we do best - provide our customers with solutions tailored to their needs of today and
tomorrow.” states Vice President Nicholas Taraborelli. “In a crowded market place of commodity like
products, we continue to stand out as a supplier that listens, innovates and delivers on time and on
budget”, adds Taraborelli.


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