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  • 28 Sep 2020

UAE printer opts for Lombardi Synchroline press

L to R: Ranesh Bajaj, director, Vinsak with Mathews Oommen, general manager and Toji Oommen, manager at Aquarius Printing Press in the UAE

Vinsak, the exclusive distributor of Lombardi presses in the UAE and the Indian sub-continent, has announced the installation of a new Lombardi Synchroline 430 press at Aquarius Printing Press in the UAE.

Ranesh Bajaj, Vinsak, said: ‘We completed installation in the end of August and the press has been in production since September 1. The new press features delam-relam, web turn, cold and hot foil stamping. With a wider deckle, compared to the regular presses, the advantage of this press is faster turn- around of jobs.’

Mathews Oommen, general manager, Aquarius Printing Press, said: ‘We are committed to employing dedicated staff, investing in the very best technology available and maintaining a close involvement with the industry. Our object is to deliver the world’s best labels that help our customers build and grow their brands and add value to our community. With this infrastructure, we are confident that we can cater to a wider printing and packaging requirements in the MENA region.’

‘Vinsak has been highly supportive and instrumental in helping us to finalize on the Synchroline flexo machine. The team assisted us in installing and beginning production even during the times of the pandemic,’ said Oommen.

Established in 1990, Aquarius Printing Press has grown over the last three decades. As part of expansion and diversification, an 8-color flexo press is already installed to cater to the pressure-sensitive labels segment. In the future, the company plans to cater to shrink sleeves and in-mold labels segments as well as evaluate board printing capabilities on the Synchroline.

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