Epson has teamed up with Grafisk Maskinfabrik to offer its SurePress L-6534VW digital LED UV inkjet label press in combination with GM’s Econ finisher as an end-to-end technology

According to Epson the combination of the two systems delivers a full feature set that allows converters to automate printing operations, increase both productivity and profitability, and provide substantial cost-savings.

‘Epson and GM have worked together for 10 years focussing on highly...

JH Bertrand has invested in a highly customized booklet label machine developed and installed by Rotoflex

JH Bertrand focuses its production on booklet labels that expand copy space on consumer-packaged goods. Pharma, chemical, and consumer-industrial companies commonly use extended-content labels to comply with government regulations, translate information, detail product use directions, include...

Ravenwood has appointed Melbourne-based Result Group as its agent to promote linerless technology in this region

Increasing concerns about liner waste generated and the banning of Australian export waste, has led to linerless labels earning considerable interest in the Australian packaging and labelling industry. Brand owners are now often reacting to growing interest from consumers concerns about climate...

L-R: John Brixen, owner of Nemprint; Glenn Büttner of NoMe, agent for GM Scandinavien

The DC350Nano is compact, cost-effective unit for lamination, die-cutting, and slitting. As digital label printing continues to grow, label companies often realize the need for all-inclusive digital print systems that provide value-adding features for producing fully finished labels.

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Thai converter Malugo acquires two Lemorau machines

Malugo’s current goal is the expansion of the market in Southwest Asia, thus the need to increase its plant’s capacity to accommodate the growing number of customers in this region. After a previous purchase of an automatic core cutter, Lemorau CTA1500, in March this year, Malugo Thailand...

Steve Baker, general director of Baker Labels and Phil Smith, general manager of BakPac discuss their latest investment and the benefits of the eTL thermal lamination technology on the flexible...

HD Labels has invested in new Lemorau MEBR+ 330, a manual core cutter Lemorau CT1500 and a Lemorau ER400 roll lifter

‘We are one of the UK’s fastest growing label producers and suppliers,’ said Alex Ashur. ‘The Lemorau MEBR+ is perfect for us as it allows us to speed up our die-cutting of blank labels as well as cutting pre-printed material and adding an over laminate if we choose to. Its relatively small...

Mark Allman, production manager at Vista Labels with the newly installed Reflex 330 flexo press from Focus Label Machinery

The newly installed press is a 13in wide, single color machine equipped with quick change print cassette system, die-cutting, slitting, rewinding and infra-red drying. It will be used mainly for high volume printing of polyethene pallet-wraps but is also capable of printing and converting single...

Emsur has installed eRS2T3, the latest sleeve seaming technology developed by Enprom to increase its productivity

The new machine, which features a nonstop 3-shaft turret rewinder is based on Enprom’s patented Smart Wheel innovation, a motorized roller solvent application system.

Emsur currently operates nine production plants in Europe, Asia and the Americas and has over 25 years of experience in...

Rotocon has expanded its brand with the official registration of its subsidiary Rotocon Asia, which will distribute and support the entire Ecoline range of finishing equipment throughout the continent

Established in 2008 in South Africa, Rotocon is a family-owned business led by German-born Michael Aengenvoort and his sons, Pascal and Patrick providing printing equipment to the South African narrow web industry.

In 2018, Rotocon established its European subsidiary to represent the...

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