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NY converter named to magazine's top list.

Crain's New York Business magazine named Seal-It, a narrow web converter in Farmingdale, NY, one of the top 200 privately held companies in the New York City region.

The list, published in December, includes companies located in New York City, Nassau and Suffolk counties (Long Island), Westchester County, and the state of New Jersey.

Seal-It's heat shrink films are used by beverage, dairy, pharmaceutical, food, cosmetic and chemical manufacturers throughout the US and overseas. Operating out of two facilities in Farmingdale, Seal-It prints up to 10 colors using rotogravure and modified flexography.
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Title Annotation:INDUSTRY NEWS
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Date:Mar 1, 2005
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