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  • 09 Jul 2020

Bellwyck invests in Heidelberg and Mark Andy presses

Bellwyck has installed Heidelberg Speedmaster CX 102 and Mark Andy Digital Series HP presses

Toronto-based label and packaging converter Bellwyck has installed Heidelberg Speedmaster CX 102 and Mark Andy Digital Series HP presses. Both machines are the first installations in Canada.

‘Our company is known for our commitment to innovation, quality and customer excellence,’ said John McVeigh, president, premium and pharma/healthcare packaging solutions at Bellwyck. ‘We meet each client where they are, and we always strive to provide innovative options as they evolve and grow. From helping drive efficiencies and quality to eco-friendly solutions and smart packaging options, our core focus is to meet and exceed the rigorous standards of our clients while continually finding new ways to help them stand out in the marketplace.’

Bellwyck’s other first in Canada is the company’s acquisition of the Mark Andy Digital SeriesHD press featuring one-pass hybrid printing with four flexo units and expanded gamut digital.

‘Mark Andy’s unique hybrid press will allow Bellwyck to provide its clients with the highest quality digital/flexo printing technology in the world,’ said Clark Mansur, senior product support engineer at Mark Andy. ‘The machine’s ink set allows clients to hit the most accurate special and corporate colors available. Congratulations to Bellwyck for leading the way with this first digital hybrid press in Canada.’

Bellwyck’s new nine-color Heidelberg Speedmaster complements the seven-color Heidelberg Speedmaster CX 102 installed in 2019, giving Bellwyck maximum flexibility to meet each client’s unique needs. As product packaging designers have come to appreciate, both presses provide incredible versatility and efficiency with speeds of 16,500 (SPH) and quick changeovers. The presses, also feature Prinect Inpress Control for inline spectral color measurement.

‘I applaud Bellwyck for making such a significant investment and raising the bar for package design printing,’ added Harold Hoff, vice president, sales and service at Heidelberg Canada. ‘Between the seven-color and nine-color Heidelberg CX 102 presses, Bellwyck will be able to offer its customers the ultimate design versatility. I look forward to seeing how far North America’s package design community can push the boundaries of what is possible and watch our Heidelberg Speedmaster presses deliver.’

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