British labelling specialist PeterLynn has expanded its digital printing capacity, adding a Screen Truepress Jet L350UV+ inkjet press to help meet what it describes as “unprecedented demand” driven by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Colorscan Imaging Products Ltd has taken a significant step forward with expansion within the labels market after investing in a Tau 330 RSC E UV inkjet single-pass press and software from Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital printing and production technologies.

Durst has announced the official start of beta testing of its new Tau RSCi label press at label converter LabelPrint OÜ. The new single-pass UV inkjet label press, which was announced at Labelexpo Brussels last year, was installed at its headquarters in Tallinn, Estonia, in July 2020.

Before he started Premier Markings, Gary Moody gained over 20 years of experience as a label salesperson. He sold labels from his office; production of labels was done by other companies. Premier Markings started in 2008. It started as a digital printing company and that was a deliberate choice. With his expertise, and with the trends in the market of labels, industry veteran Gary realized that if he were to start his manufacturing capability it had to be with digital printing. There was no place for a flexo press in the concept Gary’s Premier Markings. The company started with a low volume tabletop label printer, ideal for very short run labels of 500 pieces. Soon it became clear that a productive high-quality printing label press was needed to make the company a success. After researching the supplier market thoroughly, Premier Markings decided to buy a Xeikon 3030 in 2013. Gary comments: “Originally I was going to go for an HP labels press, but when I went to visit the Xeikon office in Chicago, the people there convinced me and gave me the sense that they would help me make it happen. Looking back now they really did!”

G2 I.D. Source, a high-tech packaging solutions provider based in Jacksonville, Florida, uses hybrid label printing to increase daily throughput and profitability. The hybrid workflow consists of a Colordyne digital print engine mounted onto a flexo press, allowing G2 I.D. Source to satisfy customer needs including affordable versioning, high-quality prototyping and shorter lead times.

Arti-Bau is a fast-developing label printing business in the lower Silesia region of Poland with its head office in Ślęza. From the beginning of its business activity the company has invested in the most modern solutions for digital inkjet printing. We asked Monika Stefańska, the chairperson of the board, about the company's most recent purchase of the technologically advanced Xeikon PX3000 model.

Primera Technology, Inc., (“Primera”), a leading manufacturer of specialty color printers, have announced that it is shipping its new LX610 Color Label Printer/Cutter.

Domino Digital Printing Solutions is excited to announce the official launch of its next generation digital embellishment solution after its initial preview at Labelexpo Europe 2019. Visitors to the Domino stand were extremely impressed with the quality of the highly embellished labels that were created using Domino’s new, unique UV-curable clear ink UV67CL with two of Domino’s market leading K600i ink jet printers installed on an AB Graphic’s Digicon Series 3 finishing line.

Interket is one of Europe’s leading label groups operating out of 5 production sites in Europe: Germany, the Netherlands, UK, Denmark and Sweden”, begins Carl Parkander, CEO of the Interket Group. Each site caters to its local market and every site is slightly different from the others. The overall strategy of the Interket Group is to be close to its local markets. The company supplies a wide variety of labels that range from basic labels to complex label solutions as well as security applications to satisfy customer requirements. Its customer base ranges from small local businesses to large Blue Chip and pan-European clients, all of whom are represented across all industry sectors and labelling applications and demand a high level of service.

Etiquetas Rospil has taken the next step on its digital transformation by capturing new markets with an investment in a Tau 330 RSC E from Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital printing and production technologies. Increasing numbers of its own customers are explicitly demanding that their labels are produced on the single-pass inkjet press.

Multi-award-winning company The Label Makers has expanded into higher-end markets and turned a major food brand prospect into one of its biggest accounts, thanks to the Durst Tau RSC platform and software capabilities.

An investment in a Durst Tau 330 RSC E single-pass digital inkjet label press is a strategic move by Megalabel benefiting from a direct service structure, parts and support in Brazil provided by Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital printing and production technology.

During the unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic Durst North America continues to add resources to support the growing base of Tau products in the market. The company also announced it has an upcoming Webinar with Packaging Impressions on May 20, 2020 to highlight benefits of UV printing.

After a rigorous selection process, Erdal Printing & Label, a leading Turkish label printing company, selected Screen's Truepress Jet L350UV+ printer to meet its customers’ demand for high-durability labels. The L350UV+ allows Erdal to print industrial labels that are resistant to chemicals, bad weather, temperature swings, and other extreme conditions. This is crucial for its customers in the automotive, defence and other industries where durability of labels is paramount.

After a comprehensive investigation of the label market, Label Products has invested in a Tau 330 RSC E inkjet press from Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital printing and production technologies, and Wifac to continue organic expansion. “With our spread of markets and a strong commercial presence in Belgium, the Netherlands and France we are going to benefit from that growth,” says Matthias Dhondt, Production Manager at the company based in Waregem, Belgium. “Our investment in the Tau 330 RSC E plays a key role.”

Xeikon, with more than 30 years of innovation and experience in digital printing, today reported it is launching a new digital label press based on next-generation Cheetah 2.0 technology. As demand grows for mass customization, shorter lead times and more product diversification, the new Xeikon CX300 digital label press is an innovation solution that keeps both label converters and their brand owner customers at the forefront of a rapidly evolving industry.

Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital printing and production technologies, has solved waste and digital capacity issues for family business Wagner Prestige Labels with the installation of a Tau 330 RSC E inkjet label production press.

With the continued growth in the digital inkjet label market, Durst is pleased to announce the addition of industry veterans David Schwerdtmann and Dennis Eaves to the North American team to expand their footprint in the label market.

Label Manufacturers Association of India “LMAI” is the representative body of Indian label industry and continues to organize knowledge and networking opportunities for the benefit of its members.

Epson today announced availability for its newColorWorks® C6000 series on-demand color label printers. The 8-inch ColorWorks CW-C6500A and CW-C6500Pare currently available and the 4-inch ColorWorks CW-C6000A and CW-C6000P are available for pre-order and will ship in April. All models are being sold through Epson’s vast network of authorized partners. The first printers specifically designed as a color upgrade to black-only thermal transfer printers,1 the new ColorWorks models are engineered for mission-critical applications and deliver high volume color labels for production use, speeding through labels at up to 5-inches per second.2

The Epson SurePress® L-6534VW UV digital label press is now available and on display at the Epson Demo Center in Carson, Calif. The SurePress L-6534VW enables high-speed printing that's ideal for producing labels and packaging with up to 164 feet per minute (fpm). The new press is now on display in the Epson Demo Center, which provides potential customers an opportunity to see and experience the complete lineup of Epson’s label and packaging printing solutions.

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