Nilpeter to host open house event in April

Attendees will enjoy live demonstrations of Nilpeter’s FA-Line, FB-Line and other technologies, alongside exhibits from over 20 vendors.

Nilpeter has confirmed it will hold an open house event in April 2024 at its North American headquarters in Cincinnati, marking a significant milestone in the company’s commitment to showcasing the latest in printing technology and enhancing service support.

The event will also serve as the grand unveiling of the new North American facility’s large-scale Technology and Educational Center.

This state-of-the-art facility will demonstrate Nilpeter’s comprehensive product portfolio, including flexo, digital and value-added technologies, highlighting the company’s innovative spirit and dedication to quality.

With a robust install base of more than 1,000 printing presses across North and South America, Nilpeter has built a legacy of excellence over the past three decades. The new strategic focus aims to leverage modern manufacturing facilities in Cincinnati to prioritize customer support, including efficient spare-part deliveries.

Peter Eriksen, chief operational officer of Nilpeter, said: ‘Nilpeter operates production sites around the world (Denmark, USA and India) to be close to our customers. Each site has perfected the skills of effectively manufacturing high-quality presses.

‘Moving forward we wish to add a renewed focus on the manufacturing of original parts for all Nilpeter product lines – and be able to deliver parts efficiently and at a competitive price level. This will be the top priority of Nilpeter USA, which already operates modern manufacturing equipment and has a strong local install base.’

Lenny DeGirolmo, managing director of Nilpeter USA, added: ‘This open house is a pivotal moment for Nilpeter to reinforce our global leadership. Attendees will experience our full product range and the latest innovations in Cincinnati. Our goal is to support the growth of our customers in the labels and flexible packaging markets.’

The event will feature the theme ‘Expanded Color Gamut’, with speakers such as Mark Cook, chairman at Catapult Print; Chip Tonkin, chair at the Department of Graphic Communications at Clemson University; George Adam, president at Techkon; and Ken Pavett, CEO at Flexografix.