On Stand 4C45, the company will debut a new digital alternative to traditional rotary screen printing, the latest option in the company’s growing digital hybrid portfolio.
Following the 2016 move of Rotoflex's Canadian regional office to a larger, new 18,000 square ft. showroom and technology centre near Toronto, full production of new Rotoflex slitter/rewinders and die cutting machines, formerly managed at the Mark Andy headquarters location near St Louis, Missouri, has now transferred to Toronto as well.
Aldus-Tronics, long-standing distributor of Mark Andy and Rotoflex equipment will be showcasing a Digital One at PacPrint 2017 (May 23-26.)
In a strategic move that substantiates Mark Andy as a preferred supplier, All4Labels Global Packaging Group, the newly created global group that includes Baumgarten, RAKO, and X-Label, has installed two high specification Performance Series P7 presses in Witzhave (Germany) and Hangzhou (China).
ITW Labels, a labeling and branding solutions expert based out of St. Charles, Missouri, USA, with four production facilities across North America, has invested in a Mark Andy Digital Series hybrid press to support its labels and packaging production.
Three label converters joined Label & Narrow Web for a webinar to discuss their journey into digital hybrid printing. Adcraft Labels, Blair Labeling, and Diversified Labeling Solutions (DLS) took time to talk through their digital journey, and explain why they chose a particular digital hybrid solution.
Brand strategy is driving SKU proliferation due to differentiation, market testing, versioning, VDP, personalization, and the list goes on. As brands are driving the shift for shorter run sizes and faster lead times, it’s clear that digital printing plays a key role in today’s label and package printing environment.
Mark Andy, a leader in narrow-web printing and converting solutions, will host an Open House at its European headquarters in Warsaw, Poland, 5-7 April, 2017.
Every digital journey has a different beginning; a different reason or “pain” that prompts the search for a new hybrid pressroom addition.
The term 'hybrid' has been bandied about a lot in the last year and it covers a wide range of options when it comes to merging analogue and digital production methods.