Etichettificio Dany has installed a Screen Truepress Jet L350UV to meet increased demand for low volume work.
Based in Riccione, Italy, Etichettificio Dany prints self-adhesive labels, mostly for food, beverage, detergents and personal care packaging.
‘Since the business was founded in 1999, we have never stopped striving to improve,’ commented Marco Olivieri, Etichettificio Dany director. ‘Every year we invest in our site, improving our machinery and working on collaborations with qualified partners. That commitment has allowed us to grow even in times of economic crisis. Today we are an industrial labeler able to satisfy the needs of the market flexibly.’
The Screen Truepress Jet L350UV, which has been supplied to Etichettificio Dany by REM, has a running speed of 50m/min, proprietary Screen printheads with four step droplet technology and the Equios workflow system.
Olivieri continued: ‘The new machine serves to meet the demands of our customers in relation to increased job variations and short-runs, complementing our existing flexo presses. Inkjet is an innovative technology that is still fairly new in terms of market adoption, meaning we can offer something different to our Italian competitors. We believe this investment will benefit all markets that need shorter timescales but require superior quality to other digital technologies.’
REM solutions manager Ettore Maretti added: ‘The special features of this printing system have been designed to meet the latest label and packaging market requirements, where volumes are continually decreasing and the need for frequent job changes and variations of the same job are more and more a must for print service providers.
‘Another factor that moved the needle in Screen’s favor was the expertise and experience of the technical staff. Able to guarantee a high standard of assistance both during installation and aftersales through constant remote monitoring of the press, this is a very important aspect to minimize downtime and ensure planned and targeted interventions. The result is at least 90 percent uptime of the press.’