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  • 06 Apr 2018

Sanfaustino Label invests in Nilpeter MO-4

The Nilpeter MO-Line will be installed at the Sanfaustino Label site in Brescia, Italy

Due to expansion, Italian converter Sanfaustino Label has acquired a Nilpeter MO-4 offset press in order to add capacity and sustain its growth.

The new Nilpeter MO-4 will be installed in a renovated, modern plant in Brescia, which meets BRC standards. ‘We have experienced a steady flow of new as well as recurring customers, which is the primary reason for this investment,’ explained Mr Frigoli, Sanfaustino Label CEO. ‘We believe the key to our success is customer satisfaction – and we achieve this by being flexible and provide great customer service.’

Giovanni Brescianini, R&D manager at Sanfaustino Label, added: ‘The MO-Line is a perfect match for us. We always take an innovative approach – and this offset press is indeed innovative when it comes to flexibility and efficiency to handle higher volumes and complex labels.’

Sanfaustino Label produces pressure-sensitive labels in five production plants, each with its own specialization, in north and central Italy. The headquarters is located in Brescia, where everything – from pre-press to planning, production and quality control – is managed and monitored.

As part of the Gruppo Sanfaustino, specialized in products and services related to the label and packaging sector, Sanfaustino Label has been serving the wine and spirits, food and personal care sectors for more than 30 years.

Adolfo Frigoli, the father of the five Frigoli brothers who manage the company today, founded the company in 1957. Since 1999, Poligrafica San Faustino has been a Milan-listed company with an annual group turnover of around €50 million (US$61.2 million).

The MO-4 recently reached 100 installations worldwide.


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