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  • 26 Oct 2020

Nemprint installs first GM DC350Nano in Denmark

L-R: John Brixen, owner of Nemprint; Glenn Büttner of NoMe, agent for GM Scandinavien

Nemprint, a Danish label converter based in Aarhus has acquired Grafisk Maskinfabrik DC350Nano, an ultra-compact converting unit adding production capacity to meet increasing customer demand.

The DC350Nano is compact, cost-effective unit for lamination, die-cutting, and slitting. As digital label printing continues to grow, label companies often realize the need for all-inclusive digital print systems that provide value-adding features for producing fully finished labels.

‘Previously we produced on a cutting plotter roll-to-roll, which could run approximately 4.000 labels per hour, our new DC350NANO can produce 140.000 labels per hour. GM and the new DC350Nano is the ideal choice for us. This investment will take Nemprint to a new level through higher production efficiency,’ commented John Brixen, owner of Nemprint.

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