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  • 16 Feb 2018

All American Label targets the wine and spirits market with Nilpeter MO-4 offset press

Pictured (from left): Brandon Warren, Colten Brown, Mike Anderson and Brad Brown of All American Label

All American Label, with facilities in Dublin, California and Memphis, Tennessee, has installed a new Nilpeter MO-4 offset combination press as it targets growth in the wine and spirits market.

The Nilpeter MO-4 offers combination printing based on lightweight sleeve technology. MO-4 offset presses can be configured according to the customer’s needs, and is ready for integration of future applications. The MO-4 integrates easy-load sleeves for both offset and flexo printing.

Brad C. Brown, All American Label owner, commented: ‘Since day one, All American Label has been known as “More Than Just Labels”. We have successfully become a company you can depend on. With a highly skilled and dedicated team and our state-of-the-art equipment, we continue to produce unparalleled results in the wine and spirits industry. The new Nilpeter MO-4 platform is ideally suited to meet our goals and exceed our expectations of excellence.’

Robert Wray, Nilpeter West Coast sales manager, added: ‘A key strategy for All American Label was to aggressively service the wine and spirits market, which has shown considerable growth. The MO-4 offset combination platform will support this objective, offering the most sophisticated solution for this market, with the highest quality and ease of operation. Furthermore, the MO-4 will help All American Label improve on efficiency and flexibility in production. In short, the MO-4 is a perfect fit.’

Nilpeter’s MO-4 platform-based offset press has reached 100 worldwide installations since its launch in 2007. All American Label has plans to install a second MO-4 by the end of this year.


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