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  • 16 Dec 2014

Bestgraf buys Lemorau ICR3

Pictured (from left): Raul Teixeira of Lemorau, Vitor Oliveira of Bestgraf, Pedro Teixeira of Lemorau and José Cardoso of Bestgraf

Lemorau has installed an ICR3 inspection machine at printer Bestgraf, based in Santo Tirso, Portugal.

Bestgraf produces labels for a wide range of markets, and purchased the Lemorau ICR3 inspection machine in July, with installation taking place last month.

Fellow Portuguese printer Betaflex recently acquired a Lemorau ICR3, its second.

The Lemorau ICR3 is 330mm-wide unit capable of operating at a maximum speed of 200m/min, and features servo drive technology, dual rewinding, air trim removal, web guiding, job memory, missing label detection, flag sensor and paper break sensor.

Vitor Oliveira, managing director at Bestgraf, said: ‘We bought another Lemorau machine based on the credibility of the company allied with the progressively evidenced high quality of its machines.

‘We have made this investment in order to provide our clients even greater assurance of quality and service.

‘Lemorau is also increasingly improving its machines, always with a very good quality/price.’

Lemorau sales director Susana Teixeira added: ‘We are extremely pleased with confidence placed once again in Lemorau, and hope that we can always reach expectations deposited on us.’

Pictured (from left): Raul Teixeira of Lemorau, Vitor Oliveira of Bestgraf, Pedro Teixeira of Lemorau and José Cardoso of Bestgraf