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  • 12 Sep 2017

Moroccan printer buys second Lemorau

emorau EB 330 is designed for high volume production of blank labels

Ktsys, a Moroccan company specialized in the labeling industry, has invested in a Lemorau EB 330 die-cutting machine, its second unit from the Portuguese manufacturer.

Lemorau EB 330 is designed for high volume production of blank labels, with a maximum speed 200m/min. EB 330 is able to produce roll-to-roll, as well as roll-to-sheet labels. It comes with electronic counter, adjustable splice table with pneumatic clamps, an automatic web tension control system driven by servo motors, 250 job memory, two interchangeable pneumatic rewinders, paper and matrix break detection, among other standard features.

The first Lemorau machine sold to Ktsys was an ICR3, and Tarik El Hariry, Ktsys CEO, said: ‘Thanks to ICR3 inspection and finishing machine previously acquired from Lemorau, our customers are very satisfied with the quality of our products.

‘Increased responsiveness, good customer service, good product quality and, above all, the confidence placed in us, has made us invest again for more responsiveness and customer satisfaction.’


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