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  • 20 Apr 2020

Indonesian converter opts for Bobst CI flexo press

The new Bobst 20SEVEN CI flexo press installed at CPI in Indonesia

Charoen Pokphand Indonesia (CPI), an Indonesian food producing company, opened a new plant for flexible packaging to internally control the quality of the food packaging production and opted for a Bobst 20SEVEN CI flexo press with smartGPS and Bobst CL 850D laminator to help it achieve its goal.

Bobst 20SEVEN CI delivers stable and controlled printing results and exceptional productivity with both solvent and water-based inks. The press includes a smartGPS system for registration and impression setting, meaning minimum waste of substrate and consumables at start-up and job changes. In addition, since the whole process is fully automatic and not influenced by variables such as operator skill level, ink variations or the interval between repeat orders, users get the same print results every time.

Charoen Pokphand Indonesia has also purchased a Bobst CL 850D laminator which with its ergonomic design and advanced automation features, make for very fast job make-ready and changeovers, and optimal operational efficiency. The CL 850D can operate at high production speeds - up to 450 meters per minute - using a wide spectrum of flexible substrates, with different physical properties and different thicknesses, to produce very high quality laminates with minimal waste. 

‘To achieve continuous growth in this expanding food industry, we think Bobst is aligned with our vision to produce an improved and environment friendly packaging,’ said Junny Kumala of CPI.

The machines have been installed and the local Bobst team has provided training to help users get underway and start seeing the benefits of printing in-house with a CI flexo press.


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