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  • 30 Jan 2020

Nuceria installs high-built varnish unit

Italian converter Nuceria increases flexibility and customization options with the installation of Nilpeter new High-Build InkJet Varnish Unit

Italy-based Nuceria Group, part of All4Labels, has installed Nilpeter’s new High-Build InkJet Varnish Unit on their MO-4 combination offset press to expand its rich design portfolio.

The newly installed unit offers a wide range of embellishment options perfect for health, personal care, wine and spirits segments. It features an easy to use touchscreen and supports a wide range of substrates, such as PP, PE, PET, and foil, and can be positioned at any point in the press configuration.

‘The new high-build InkJet print bar allows us to achieve faster delivery times with high embellishment jobs, and the increased agility offers economic benefits without compromising quality,’ said Guido Iannone, president Southern Europe & Global Spirits at All4Labels. ‘This is the latest development in our historic collaboration with Nilpeter, who continues to raise the bar with flexibility, customization and supply chain excellence. In tune with the industry-wide growth of digital technology, I think this will create huge opportunities for our companies.’

This technology can be used to create rich textures, emulating expensive substrates, enhancing designs or simply providing grip. It can be combined also with flood coat matt varnish for emulating micro embossing techniques used in paper manufacturing or digitally applied embossing effects to text or image details. When combined with a lamination/foil bar, the unit enables extreme foil effects to be produced for added impact.

‘We are extremely excited to continue our close partnership with Nuceria. The integration of the new High-Build Varnish InkJet Unit in the MO-Line creates a winning instrument that enables Nuceria to reach new heights in terms of creativity and quality, while maintaining high levels of competitiveness. Furthermore, collectively, we strongly believe this will increase business satisfaction with Nuceria’s large existing brand customers, which is paramount for any new technology investment,’ added Angelo Tribocco, sales manager of Nilpeter in Italy.

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