Cartonéo is a French company based in the Jura Mountains that specialises in the manufacture of point of sale (POS) and point of information (POI) materials from flat and corrugated cardboard. Its customers come from sectors such as the food, automobile, cosmetics, wine and spirits and pharmaceutical industries. The group’s plan is to further develop its POS business. To achieve this ambition, Cartonéo has invested in Esko production workflow automation and a Kongsberg C66, Esko’s largest robotic cutting table. This establishes the Cartonéo group as the first in the world to have this robust portfolio of solutions and equipment.
Icon Graphics Limited has completed installation of the UK’s first Rho P10 250HS PLUS 6C + W inkjet printer from Durst, the manufacturer of advanced digital production technologies.
Founded in Barcelona 30 years ago by Jordi París, Art & Servei employs 22 staff and produces a wide range of packaging, POS and merchandising products for major brands. In late 2016, París invested in his first digital press; a Fujifilm Acuity Select X28 with six colours, white and varnish. The investment quickly proved its worth and, one year on, the company has seen a major boost in productivity and efficiency.
Newtown has partnered with European company LYNX to bring these machines for the first time the UK market and will be the exclusive agent for the machines. If you’re currently applying hot melt and cold glues by hand to any form of print, point of sale or packaging materials then Newtown can help you reduce costs and speed up your production process!
Following a significant boost in print quality and productivity after investing in an Onset X2 in 2016, French-based wide format printer, SDPS Poinçon aims even higher with acquisition of a second printer.