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  • 27 Jul 2020

Inland Packaging installs new MPS press

Inland Packaging installs new MPS press

Inland Packaging, one of the largest family owned label and packaging manufacturers in the United States, finished the installation of a new MPS press at its Neenah, Wisconsin facility.

The state-of-the-art machine uses water based adhesive and LED inks. The press will open additional shrink label capacity and allow Inland to take on new business and continue to support exiting customer growth.

The MPS press will improve automation, efficiencies and print quality, the label company says. The press can run at speeds up to 1,000 ft/min and will be one of the fastest presses at the Inland location. The new addition is equipped with a tunnel dryer and a color monitoring system to maintain Inland’s high-quality standards.

‘The Inland organization is excited to receive the new MPS and push the limits of its capabilities with 7 color process, cold foil and inline color management. The technology provided with the 26” EXL press and support of the MPS team will make this a vital part of Inland’s future,’ said Tim Felker Neenah plant manager.

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