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Martin Automatic equips new TRESU press at Scientific Games

Scientific Games’ Kenneth Downing (left) with Martin Automatic’s Craig Thomson at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Alpha P-7.

USAWhen Scientific Games launched its new Alpha P-7 technology, leading co-supplier Martin Automatic was on hand to assist.  The new TRESU press, at Scientific Games’ Global Lottery Center of Excellence, north of Atlanta, features Martin Automatic non-stop unwind/splicing and rewind units as part of its 1,000ft/min production capacity, and meets the company’s commitment to environmental practices with the use of green technology, recyclable paper, water-based inks and energy efficiency.

Speaking for Martin Automatic, Regional Manager Craig Thomson commented: “We have been an international technology partner to Scientific Games for many years, and Martin Automatic is delighted to be part of its continuing success and expansion with Alpha P-7.”

According to Jim Kennedy, Executive Vice President and Chief Executive, Lottery Group, Scientific Games: “Our instant game design and manufacturing is currently leading the way with more than 70% of the best-selling instant games in the USA.  We’re also advancing the instant game category in Europe, Asia, and emerging markets in Latin America. We view the new Alpha P-7 technology as an investment in our lottery customers, their retailers, beneficiaries and players.”

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Nick Coombes
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Nick Coombes
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