Open house on digital transformation in Radebeul
Factory acceptance of the new CorruCUT for the packaging market
SUSI FLIPTM raises the anti-counterfeiting security of banknotes
Koenig & Bauer Report No. 55 is out now. The latest issue of the Group’s customer magazine spotlights current news, innovations and trends from the print industry. Across 60 pages, it reports on interesting developments relating to sheetfed and web offset, post-press technologies, digital and flexo printing, and various special applications.
In his editorial, president and CEO Claus Bolza-Schünemann points to an exceptionally pleasing order intake and numerous installations of press and machinery solutions from the broad Koenig & Bauer product portfolio. In addition, the newly designed CorruCUT flexo press – an outcome of intensive cooperation with development partner Klingele – has successfully completed its factory acceptance testing. “This press will enable us to further consolidate our strong position in the growing packaging market,” says Claus Bolza-Schünemann.
Koenig & Bauer Report also devotes particular attention to the processes of digital transformation in the industry. With a series of open house events for commercial and packaging printers in May of this year, Koenig & Bauer demonstrated yet again how it is integrating innovative digital applications into press engineering and the associated services.
Ongoing technology developments at Koenig & Bauer provide a basis for continuous improvement of its products – with solutions to raise the anti-counterfeiting security of banknotes, for example. The current issue of the magazine recalls the world premiere of “SUSI FLIPTM”: The new Solomon Island five-dollar banknote is the first circulating note to use an advanced UV phosphorescence feature which combines high security with striking effects.