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  • 10 Jul 2018

Ulrich Etiketten installs Rotocontrol BL-series

Pictured L-R: Mag Florian Ulrich and Dr Rainer Ulrich of Ulrich Etiketten, with Martin Vogel of Printcon

Austrian label converter Ulrich Etiketten is broadening its offering in multi-layer label production with the installation of a Rotocontrol BL-series booklet label machine.

Leading the sale was Printcon, the recently appointed Rotocontrol representative in southern Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

‘Impressive to us when initially evaluating the BL-series was its high-quality and solid construction,’ said Dr Rainer Ulrich, managing director of Ulrich Etiketten. ‘As multi-layer labels are a fast-growing market for us, we needed to add another machine to production, and Rotocontrol could provide the modularity required in our next investment.’

Ulrich Etiketten's fully servo BL-series booklet machine is equipped with a Longford International OS700X triple motor surge feeder, a lamination station, a Wink SmartGap adjustable anvil cylinder and a full-rotary/semi-rotary combination die-cutting unit that produces booklet labels without changing magnetic cylinders.

Based in Vienna-Strebersdorf, Ulrich-Etiketten prints self-adhesive and special labels on a continuous roll or on a sheet, with three production shifts on 14 high-performance UV presses and three digital printing machines for a vast combination of different printing and refining processes.


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