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  • 01 Nov 2021

L.comFine installs second Nilpeter FA-Line

L.comFine has installed its second Nilpeter FA-17 press equipped with a wide range of embellishment features

South Korean converter L.comFine, formerly known as Finewebtech, has installed its second Nilpeter FA-17 press equipped with a wide range of embellishment features and expanded to run more complex combination jobs.

L.comFine is one of the top converters located in Hwa Seong Industrial Zone in the Gyeonggi province of South Korea. Faced with dynamic and high-quality demands from brand owners in the high-quality segments of fast-moving consumer goods, food, beverage, and cosmetics, L.comFine can now provide customers with many applications and embellishments.

‘We are excited to be able to provide our customers with applications that only L.comFine can supply,’ said Jang Sung Hwan, managing director of L.comFine. ‘Nilpeter was the only partner that we considered for this project as we have been extremely impressed with the performance of the FA-Line, as well as Nilpeter’s top of the class technical support team and application experts, that helped see us through new applications, many of which are the first in our industry.’

L.comFine is now looking to acquire its third Nilpeter FA-Line, with a wider web width that will allow it to enter the flexible packaging segment. 

Built around the printing operator, the FA-Line features an intuitive user interface and fully mobile print controls. It provides stability, tight register tolerance, and printing results on multiple substrates, including flexible packaging films, polymer films, metallic films, and paper. It also features Nilpeter’s lightweight, easy-load sleeves for reduced setup times, easy handling, increased production speeds, higher printing quality, and durability.

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