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California-based Lotus Labels Installs New Nilpeter FA-17

Lotus Labels of Brea, California, has installed a new Nilpeter FA-17 to meet increasing customer demands.
Lotus specializes in made-to-order, pressure-sensitive labels. Thanks to an unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction, a strong dedication to quality assurance, and competitive pricing, the company has built a strong reputation in the label industry.

Reflex Label Plus Acquires Second Nilpeter FA-Line

”Our next investment will most definitely be another FA from Nilpeter, with more features and added embellishment options.” That statement, made by Shaun Hanson of Reflex Label Plus in July 2019, was spot on. The Leeds-based printer has just acquired their second Nilpeter press, a new, fully loaded FA-22.

Trend for highly finished printed materials boosts demand for customized presses from Heidelberg

Branded goods manufacturers generate new purchasing incentives with stand-out packaging designs
High demand for coatings and special effects in the commercial segment, too
Heidelberg also market leader for customized configurations
Great potential for long configurations with the new Speedmaster CX 104

With Baldwin’s LED-UV technology, Atlanta printer Tucker Castleberry hits homerun for World Series-winning Atlanta Braves

Printer’s AMS Spectral UV upgrades provide increased throughput and quality
Atlanta-based printer Tucker Castleberry has been knocking it out of the park since partnering with Baldwin Technology’s AMS Spectral UV to provide LED-UV curing technology to retrofit its sheetfed press last year and upgrade its new Komori GL840 Perfector this year.

Transcontinental Transmag continues to rely on QIPC

TC Transcontinental is the largest printer in Canada and one of the largest in North America.
The facility in Anjou (Montreal) Canada, has been working successfully with QIPC's systems since 2009. Now they have decided on an upgrade. The current IDS & mRC+ systems installed on their manroland Colorman XXL press will be replaced by a complete automation package of QIPC. Transcontinental Transmag will herewith achieve their envisioned efficiency improvement and reduction of manufacturing costs while maximising the quality of their product.

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