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  • 10 Jan 2020

Anlac Labels fits Vetaphone Corona technology

L-R: Finn Hinze, sales manager at Vetaphoe; Le Quoc Dung, purchasing manager at Anlac; Trinh Tran Minh Duc and Tran Thi Minh Thu of Toanan, Vetaphone’s representative in Vietnam

Anlac Labels, part of Liksin Group, has opted for four narrow web Vetaphone Corona units to improve the performance consistency across its diverse range of flexo and digital presses.

‘Consistent performance is vital to us at Anlac if we are to offer a quality product and service to our customers,’ said Le QuocDung, purchasing manager at Anlac. ‘We have presses from a variety of manufacturers in-house, and four of them have Vetaphone Corona units, which makes life much easier for us. They are compact, easy to maintain, and offer complete reliability, which takes one potential problem out of the production process.’

All four of the Vetaphone units are the standard narrow web VE1A type and are fitted to 8-colour presses. Typical job lengths at Anlac are 100,000 to 200,000 linear meters, run off at around 120m/min, with a split of 65:35 between paper and film substrates. Run lengths on the digital press are from 50 meters upwards. 

With the capability of producing a variety of labels from peel-reseal, to thermal, multi-layer, scratch-off and in-mold, Anlac supplies a diverse number of industries.  These include pharmaceutical and health and beauty, as well as lubricants and agro-chem in the industrial sector and the customary FMCG products like food, drink, and apparel. In addition to paper-based substrates, Anlac also uses PP, PET and PVC.


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