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First New Kodak CTP Trendsetter Quantum ordered by AG-GIGI, Karachi.
AG-GIGI, Karachi a leading Label Printer has placed an
order to Best Power Services. (Kodak Distributor in
Pakistan) for purchasing state-of-the-art New Kodak CTP
Trensetter Quantum with Kodak Prinergy EVO to cater
ever-growing high-quality printing needs of their clientele.
Mr. Khushal Butt, Country Manager, Best power Services
has confirmed that AG-GIGI has signed the deal and
acquired Kodak Trendsetter 800 “F” Speed Platesetter
which has a trough-put of 22 (8-up) plates per hour and it
is capable to support high resolution Conventional AM
Screening and FM/Staccato screening. This CTP is
bundled with Kodak Prinergy EVO Workflow.
]Kodak Appoints new distributor for printing solutions Best Power Services
has appointed Best power services (Pvt.) Limited as its
distributor in Pakistan for printing solutions offerings. The
agreement was signed in between Muhammad Iqbal, CEO
Best power Services and Kodak Singapore. Mr. Khushal
Ahmed Butt, Country Manager: “ was very excited about this
development and he was of the opinion that Kodak has the
most extensive product line in the industry when it comes to
printing solutions, it gives a huge opportunity for the Best
Power services to tap into areas like Offset printing, graphic
arts and education We are enjoying professional & trustful
partnership with Kodak. Our company is following a path of
Mr. Khushal said “ He have most experience team have done
many Kodak CTP installations across the country Mr. Asim
Khalil & Mr. Eng. Armaghan Khan, now leading a technical
services & support to our customers”.
Saudi company mulls investing $5m in Punjab’s packaging sector
A Saudi Arabia-based company has shown interest in investing
almost $5 million in the packaging sector in Punjab, Pakistan
Today has learnt.
The investment plan was revealed at a meeting between the
representatives of the Punjab Board of Investment and Trade
(PBIT) and the K-2 Valley held here on Tuesday.
According to a PBIT official, the company had approached the
PBIT to discuss business prospects in several sectors of Punjab
and as a part of its outreach program, the board was now
facilitating the company to explore investment opportunities as
per their requirements.
KP govt taking practical steps to promote industrialization
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan
Monday said the provincial government was taking practical
steps to promote industrialization and attract investors.
Addressing the agreement signing ceremony between
PEDO & PESCO for wheeling of electricity, the chief
minister termed the agreement a landmark achievement for
the KP government.
Mahmood Khan stated that under the agreement, 18
MW electricity from Pehur Power Project will be provided
to industries in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa including Gadoon
L i m i t e d ,
C h e r a t
P a c k a g i n g
T e x t i l e
L i m i t e d ,
B o a r d
I n d u s t r i e s
Cherat Cement Company Limited, at a cheaper price which
will help in revival of local industries along with attracting
investors and promoting industrialization in the province.
According to details, the Wheeling Regime will not
only generate Rs 305 million revenue every year but also
generate 3000 employment opportunities directly.
Data One installs three HP PageWide Web T240 HD presses to streamline production
Data One, the biggest direct-mail printer in France, has
announced the installation of three HP PageWide Web T240
HD presses with IPDS control to its Gaillon site, adding
enormous growth potential to the company.
The aim of this installation is to streamline production by
bringing applications from a range of technologies under one
HP AFP/IPDS workflow. This installation will also help Data
One meet the growing demands of the French and other
European markets, and to ensure customers consistently
receive the best value proposition from the PSP.
MPS Systems North America officially opens new Technology & Expertise Center in Philadelphia
MPS Systems North America Inc. is now officially
operational in Philadelphia, PA. The North American
subsidiary of the Dutch-based press builder celebrated the
move with a packed Grand Opening event.
The two-day event included an official ribbon cutting
ceremony, MPS customer testimonials, a tabletop
exhibition and live demonstrations featuring connectivity
and hybrid printing on the MPS EF SYMJET with an
integrated Domino digital inkjet unit.
Harm-Jan de Jong, Vice President of MPS Systems
North America Inc. said: “Attendance to our Grand
Opening event exceeded all our expectations – we
anticipated a full house, but having 200+ visitors walk
through our door is more than we dreamed of. We thank
everyone who took time to visit our new facility, and also
our respected partners who made this possible.”
Major UK book printer reflects on the versatility and make-ready benefits of Fujifilms Jet Press 750S
Printer of 160 million books a year, Suffolk-based Clays
has seen Fujifilms Jet Press 750S take on a hugely
significant role for its short-run book cover production
since installation in mid-2019
Established over 200 years ago, Clays is recognised as a
market leading book production specialist. Its 14 acre
Bungay site employs 700 staff and processes an
extraordinary 50,000 orders a year for 160 million books
from some of the best known publishers in the UK. In July
2019, the company became the second in the UK to invest
in Fujifilm’s Jet Press 750S to further enhance its digital
Komori Corporation to unveil our new auto pile turner Apressia AT120H at a private show
Komori Corporation (Sumida-ku, Tokyo; President,
Representative Director and COO: Satoshi Mochida)
announced that it has added the Apressia AT, a Highend
Class Auto Pile Turner, to the Apressia brand range
that comprises post-processing machines such as
cuttings, die cutters, and blanking systems.
The Apressia AT is a high-end class auto pile turner
that rotates large amounts of paper (called a pile)
loaded on pallets, changes the pallets, and is used in a
variety of ways in secondary processing including
airing and aligning the pile. Not only can paper type
and other conditions be registered, basic operations and
advanced automation are also possible because
operations can be performed in advance from the touch
VISOgraphic Adds Second RMGT Press To Meet Rapid Growth
When VISOgraphic commissioned their first RMGT in
the fall of 2017, the new 10 Series press had to absorb the
output of three legacy Heidelberg presses. The pressure
was squarely on VISOgraphics Team to rethink possible.
We were amazed at how quickly we could move dozens of
projects per day onto our new RMGT press, but after two
years and 60 million impressions it was clear that our rapid
growth would soon
exceed our capacity, states
John Dahlke, Chief
DATAGRAPHIC Upgrades to HP Indigo 7900 Digital Press
An HP Indigo 7900 Digital Press was recently installed at
DATAGRAPHIC’s Commack, NY (Long Island)
“The acquisition of HP Indigo capabilities will enable our
business to achieve competitive differentiation in the luxury
space," said Glenn Schuster, president and owner of
DATAGRAPHIC. "We were looking for a solution with the full
advantages of digital print to take our digital business to the
next level, including offering sophisticated customization in a
wide range of high-end markets. Being able to now meld digital
with our specialty print definitely puts us at an advantage."
Contiweb Launches New Fluid Applicator to Advance Digital Print Quality
Contiweb, a specialist in state-of-the-art technologies
for printing, advanced drying and web-handling,
announces today the launch of
its Digital Fluid Applicator
(DFA), a standalone
remoistening applicator for
digital web presses, developed
to significantly improve the
quality of digitally printed
Based on the popular
Contiweb Fluid Applicator for
heatset web offset applications,
the DFA is an innovative and
user-friendly system, which
uses tap water and a surfactant
to intelligently and very
precisely remoisten the paper on digital web presses.
Silicone can also be added as an option, decidedly
advantageous if inline finishing is being employed.
Xeikon Launches REX
Xeikon launched its REX program, which the
company said supports printers looking for entry-level,
affordable digital production solutions to fulfill their
customers’ demands for shorter runs, just-in-time
production and customization.
The REX program will offer a range of
remanufactured Xeikon presses providing an attractive
and affordable option for printers and converters looking
to expand their business with digital applications.
DuPont Announces Leadership Changes
DuPont announced that its Board of Directors has
appointed current executive chairman Edward D. Breen to
the additional role of CEO. Lori D. Koch, VP of investor
relations and corporate financial planning and analysis, is
named Chief Financial Officer. Both appointments are
The Board of Directors has made these leadership
changes to accelerate operational performance
improvement and to more directly tap Breen’s significant
management experience. As a
result, Marc Doyle and Jeanmarie
Desmond, who have served as
CEO and CFO respectively, will
depart the company.
Toyo Ink Group Appoints Satoru Takashima As New President
Toyo Ink SC Holdings Co., Ltd. announced that its Board
of Directors has appointed a new president (representative
director) and executive management team as outlined below.
The appointments are subject to the approval of the
Company’s 182nd Ordinary General Meeting of
Shareholders to be held on March 26, 2020, and the Board
of Directors Meeting to be held the same day.
The company has appointed Satoru Takashima, its
existing senior managing director, to serve as the new
president and in the new position of COO. He will replace
Katsumi Kitagawa, the current president and Group CEO.
Kitagawa was named the new chairman of the board,
replacing Kunio Sakuma who has chaired the board since
April 2011. Kitagawa is to serve concurrently as chairman
and Group CEO, but will be relinquishing the role of
president to Takashima.
IIMAK Appoints Senior Marketing Manager
IIMAK appointed John Heckman to the position of
senior marketing manager.
In this new position, Heckman will lead global
product management and growth of IIMAK’s thermal
transfer ribbon business and will be responsible for
l a u n c h i n g
He will be
based out of
Ohio, reporting to
IIMAK’s VP of
Heckman’s 20-plus year career includes B2B
experience, including various marketing management
roles at Avery Dennison, Tarkett North America and
Andrew King to be Appointed Mondi Group CEO
Mondi plc announces that Andrew King, Group CFO
and a director of Mondi plc, will be appointed as Group
CEO with effect from April 1, 2020. King will succeed
Peter Oswald who, as announced on Jan. 10, 2020, will be
stepping down as CEO and leaving Mondi plc on March
“I am delighted that someone of Andrew’s caliber has
agreed to succeed Peter as CEO. This appointment follows
a formal review process, assessing both internal and
which convinced the
Board that he is the
right person to lead the
Group. During his time
with Mondi, Andrew
d e m o n s t r a t e d
said David Williams,
chair of Mondi plc.
Roland DGA Expands Value-Up Program for TrueVIS VG, SG Printer/Cutters
Roland DGA Corporation has announced the expansion of
its TrueVIS Value-Up Program to now include TrueVIS SG
series models, in addition to the previously eligible VG series.
Existing SG and VG customers can download free
firmware updates which enable their devices to run with the
new and improved TR2 second-generation TrueVIS inks.
inks will no
Roland DGA; as
VG and SG
customers are highly encouraged to complete their “Value-Up”
by January 2021.
Vivid Impact Adds HP Indigo 12000 Digital Press
Vivid Impact, a full-service graphic communications
company serving leading American brands and retailers,
added an HP Indigo 12000 Digital Press to keep up with the
demand for digitally printed products, resulting in the
decommissioning of an offset press.
Headquartered in Louisville, KY, Vivid Impact ventured
into digital printing with its first HP Indigo in 2011, upgrading
a n d
w e b - t o -
p r i n t
b u s i n e s s
based on the
Vivid has now installed an HP Indigo 12000 that has taken
over a sizeable amount of work from its offset production.
“Our customers want things fast, within a few days, and
expect a proof in a few hours. Traditional printing requires
make-ready, while on the HP Indigo we can run it with a click
of a button,” said Brendan Kennedy, creative director at Vivid
Mark Andy Expands Aldus Partnership for Distribution Across Southeast Asia
Mark Andy announced an extended partnership for
distribution across Southeast Asia with Aldus Tronics.
The distributor currently represents Mark Andy in
Australia and New Zealand.
“Mark Andy was seeking a company with a strong
understanding of our digital and flexographic
equipment to best represent our interests in Southeast
Asia," said Tom Cavalco, executive VP International
Business, Mark Andy. "We found that in our existing
trusted partner, Aldus Tronics.”
in the label
I live and breathe
narrow web flexo
and my passion
is Mark Andy,"
added Chris Bodger, national sales manager of Aldus'
Graphics Division (pictured below). "Having worked
for Mark Andy for many years as a printer and
application specialist, I joined Aldus in 2006.
Premier Graphics Adds 2 HP PageWide Web Presses
Premier Graphics, a provider of transactional and
marketing communication solutions, added two HP
PageWide Web Presses, tripling its color digital print
volume capability to meet the rising demand for datadriven
applications in multiple vertical markets including
the health care sector.
Operating three PageWide web presses at its Stratford,
CTfacility, the color series HP PageWide T230 and HP
P a g eWi d e
can print on
a wide range
s y n t h e t i c
paper used to
p r o d u c e
insurance, membership, and loyalty cards in high volume.
Heidelberg Hosts Gallus Open Day 2020
More than 130 visitors came to the Gallus Open Day
event, which took place on Feb. 6, 2020, in St. Gallen,
The two printing systems Gallus Labelmaster and
Labelfire were demonstrated live at the Print Media Center
In the Knowledge Forum, printing experts talked about the
latest developments regarding low migration as well as digital
The first Gallus
Open Day in 2020
in Switzerland was
insights into Gallus
i n n o v a t i v e
applications for smart label production. Visitors were able to
see efficient state-of-the-art label production as well as the
latest Labelexpo highlights:
Gallus Labelfire with Digital Embellishment Unit (DEU)
and Digital Metallic Doming;
Gallus Labelmaster with new Digital Printbar and the new
Rotary Die-Cut Unit Quick
The Labelfire prints up to 70 m/min (230 ft/min) was
shown during the Gallus Open Day. The hybrid press has a
digital heart and an inkjet print unit with seven colors.
INX Launches Inaugural Can Design Contest
Entries are now being accepted for its inaugural
Colored by INX Can Design contest, INX International
Ink Co. announced.
INX is making the contest available to users of the
INX 2-Piece Metal Color Catalog and its corresponding
digital color library.
The winner will be decided in
April after voting is conducted
“We wanted to create a
special event and show our
support for users of the INX
Color Catalog,” said Renee
Schouten, INX's director of
marketing. “We are tremendously
pleased to acknowledge that over
200 beverage brands, breweries,
can makers, design agencies and
other beverage marketers now
rely on the only true color
standard in the metal decorating industry. We intend to
make the Can Design contest an annual event to give
brand owners and designers the opportunity to showcase
their best designs.”
Technology driven Elle Media Group to take delivery of the first serial drupa specification Speedmaster XL 106-5+L in the world
Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG announced its new
Speedmaster drupa 2020 generation. Market leading Elle
Media Group have concluded the purchase the very first serial
2020 drupa specification XL106-5+L in the world from
Elle Media Group continue to be Heidelberg’s most
productive operation in Europe on a straight configuration
press. The business regularly produces over 7 million
impressions on one press, per month with an average run
length of circa 4,000 and an average a makeready time of just
over 3.2 minute. The new industry benchmark press will be
delivered to the Essex based company in March and will
continue with the businesses ethos of deploying the latest
technology to ensure the lowest operating cost per sheet and
to ensure the right capacity is available for its ever growing
greeting card publishing division and commercial print
The Rapida 105 PRO has catapulted us into a different league
Tiskara Zelina began to modernise its entire production setup
in 2018. Important boosts in terms of quality and
productivity can be attributed to a Rapida 105 PRO from
Koenig & Bauer.
When Croatia joined the European Union in 2013, this
heralded a new wave of economic development in the country,
which has in turn contributed to sustainable growth. The
national print industry has also benefitted, and has invested
massively in the optimisation of its production processes over
the past couple of years. This has been especially true for
commercial printing company Tiskara Zelina. The centrepiece
of an ambitious investment package is a new Rapida 105 PRO
from Koenig & Bauer, with which the company has
significantly improved its position on the Croatian market.
Commercial printing company substantially increases its productivity with service from Heidelberg
“We trust products from Heidelberg and in particular are
very happy with the service,” confirms Rainer Grobe,
Managing Partner of Print Media Group (PMG) based in
Hamm in Westphalia. The partnership with Heidelberger
Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) goes back decades, and is
continuously being expanded. Griebsch & Rochol Druck
GmbH in Hamm, a member of the PMG Group, recently
celebrated a special achievement: the Suprasetter 105 passed
the one million mark for imaged plates. This is a European
record and is surpassed only by two Suprasetter installations in
Asia. “As the world’s first user of the Suprasetter 105 with the
Loader, we had the
platesetter up and
running a full six
months before the
launch at drupa
Head of Prepress.
Prima Jaya Eratama Adds Comexi F4 Flexographic Press
Indonesian flexible packaging manufacturer Prima
Jaya Eratama acquired a Comexi F4 flexographic press,
which was installed at its Tangerang facilities.
Currently, the company has two Comexi laminators,
two Comexi flexo printing presses with the Laser Clean
Roller (LCR), and two Comexi slitters installed in its
The company has two plants located in Kosambi
Barat (Tangerang), where it produces flexible packaging
materials that cater to a comprehensive range of
applications, both in the food and non-food areas, such as
packaging for noodles, seasonings, oils, snacks, candy,
biscuits, coffee, detergents, tissue, among many others.
The Comexi F4 incorporates the system of pipeless
magnetic blades, a structurally compact and easily
accessible printing unit, with a platform that allows for to
perform minimum time performance of all maintenance
hubergroup Underlines Importance of Sustainability at C2C Congress
With its participation in the congress as the main partner at the Cradle to Cradle Congress, hubergroup underlined the importance of sustainability and environmental protection.
"We are aware of our social responsibility and see it as our task not only to optimize our own products and processes but to pass on their knowledge and to do some educational work," CEO Heiner Klokkers said.
The international Cradle to Cradle Congress (C2C) entered its sixth round this year.
Koenig & Bauer signals commitment to an open-minded and tolerant society
At the beginning of 2020, the Koenig & Bauer Sheetfed business unit in Radebeul joined a growing number of globally active companies and organisations from the region in the association “Businesses for a Cosmopolitan Saxony”. As a member of this association, the company will be supporting a range of concrete measures aimed at promoting the integration of refugees and migrants in local business and industry.
Already in the past, Koenig & Bauer has placed its weight behind efforts to promote democracy and tolerance and to assist the integration of refugees. In 2015, for example, two young refugees from Pakistan, who had been forced to flee their home country for political and religious reasons, were accepted into vocational training at the company and began an apprenticeship as mechatronics technicians. After passing the final examinations set by the Dresden Chamber of Industry and Commerce last year, they were subsequently offered permanent contracts to work in the press assembly centre.
Canon UVgel Ink Technology Receives Avery Dennison ICS Performance Warranty Certification
Avery Dennison awarded its ICS Performance Guarantee to applications printed on the Colorado 1650 with UVgel 460 inks, Canon U.S.A., Inc. and Canon Europe jointly announced.
Canon introduced the Colorado 1650 at last year's FESPA and started installing commercial placements immediately after that.
The company worked closely with Avery Dennison to obtain the formal certification of the Colorado 1650’s UVgel 460 inks, which are now in the Avery Dennison ICS warranty program with Performance Guarantee status.
This means that outdoor applications are warranted for up to five years and indoor up to eight years, depending on the type and combination of Avery Dennison media and laminates.
Epson Bringing ColorWorks Line to Natural Products Expo West
Epson announced it will be showcasing its ColorWorks on-demand desktop color label printing products at Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim, CA.
The ColorWorks range will display the labeling capabilities for fresh food and natural products.
Also, Epson will provide sample labels created using the SurePress digital label presses.
From March 4-6, Epson will highlight its expanded packaging applications using water-based ink, including shrink and in-mold label, flexible packaging and thin film for foods.
Epson’s partners will also be represented at the booth, including BarTender by Seagull Scientific, DPR, LabelMill, and Teklynx.
Attendees will have the chance to learn how Epson color label printers coupled with partner solutions – from label finishing systems and applicators to barcode label software – are simplifying and streamlining the production and application processes, as well as traceability for high-volume color labels in the natural products industry.
colordruck Baiersbronn reaches a milestone in building its new digital business model in packaging printing
colordruck Baiersbronn, a packaging service provider operating throughout Europe, is an all-rounder known for its very high quality standards. Right from an early stage, the company started to build itself a new business model based around digital printing and counts among their customers industrial and commercial enterprises in the food, confectionery, beverage, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and non-food sectors. It has collaborated with Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) on numerous projects, giving rise to a decades-long partnership. Therefore, colordruck Baiersbronn was also one of the first field testers of customized digital packaging production using the Heidelberg Primefire 106. With almost all criteria successfully met and the Primefire 106 fully adapted to colordruck Baiersbronn’s web-to-pack portal, the field test was successfully completed at the end of 2019.
UFlex Works to Reduce Delhi-NCR Plastic Waste
UFlex said it is scaling up its recycling strength to help build a circular economy, by the way of setting up two lines that will wash and recycle post-consumer waste and subsequently give a second life to plastics.
This pilot plant in its Noida facility commenced its operations and is aimed to mitigate the piling plastic dumps in Delhi–NCR by recycling collected post-consumer waste PET Bottles and Multi-layer Plastic packaging into chips and granules, put into further use to make products with economic value.
Heidelberg with New Management Structure – Change in the Management Board
The Supervisory Board and Management Board of Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) have decided to reorganize and further streamline the management structure. The Management Board of the global market leader for innovative solutions and products in the printing industry will be reduced to two persons and will in future consist of CEO Rainer Hundsdörfer and CFO Marcus A. Wassenberg. To this end, the level below the Management Board will be significantly strengthened with a newly established Executive Committee. The Executive Committee will be responsible for cross-product customer solutions and the operational functions, and together with the Management Board will implement the transformation of the company. As part of these changes, Prof. Dr. Ulrich Hermann is leaving the company by mutual agreement.
KRAHN Chemie Benelux Signs as New Silica Distributor for PPG
KRAHN Chemie Benelux BV will start distributing the precipitated silica products from PPG for ink, coating, adhesive and sealant applications in Benelux.
This agreement extends the existing cooperation between the KRAHN Chemie Group and PPG in Italy, Poland and France.
Konica Minolta wins its first AccurioJet KM-1 customer in Italy with LArtegrafica
LArtegrafica was the first company in Italy to invest in the AccurioJet KM-1 digital B2+ UV inkjet printing system from Konica Minolta. This enables the family-owned company to focus on the packaging sector and also to realize canvas and plastic applications. The AccurioJet KM-1 was put into operation in January, replacing four systems in the companys digital department.
With the AccurioJet KM-1, L’Artegrafica is now able to develop applications such as loyalty cards for local markets. The company offers UV printing on standard media and on special substrates up to 600g. Previously, customer card work had to be done in two steps: first on 400 g lithographic paper, which was then laminated. However, this two-step process was expensive, time-consuming and did not meet L’Artegrafica’s quality requirements.
Batsios Labels invests in first Gallus label press
It is the third Gallus ECS 340 in Greece within three years: Batsios Labels installed its first Gallus press, a conventional label press for the production of self-adhesive labels. Besides to an increased productivity and widening up of substrate and color range, the Greek label printer reports that the investment is already paying off since its installation in May 2019.
Based in Thessaloniki, Greece, Batsios Labels invested in a Gallus ECS 340 press with eight flexo and one screen printing unit plus included capability of cold-foil embossing. With a printing width of 340 mm the conventional label press convinces with stability, speed and quality and is in use mainly for the printing and converting of self-adhesive labels.
New Commander CL for Druckhaus Delmenhorst
New Commander CL for Druckhaus Delmenhorst. The floor-mounted Commander CL comprises three four-high towers, two KF 5 jaw folders and three Pastomat reelstands with a stripping station and Patras A paper-reel transport system. It is scheduled to come on stream in the fourth quarter of 2020. “Our existing Commander CT is already very well utilised, and so we needed to expand our production capacities ready for a series of new jobs which we will be printing from December 2020 onwards. Given our longstanding partnership and cooperation with Koenig & Bauer over the past decades, it was soon clear that we would once again be choosing a press from Würzburg,” said Gerhard Tapken, the owner of Druckhaus Delmenhorst. Starting at the end of this year, the new press will be responsible for production of the newspapers Weser-Kurier, Bremer Nachrichten and Verdener Nachrichten, among others.
Full end-to-end flexo process experience at Bobst Bielefeld Flexo Center of Excellence Open House
The Competence Center at Bobst Bielefeld’s has been extended to include a pre-press room, meaning it is now a fully comprehensive Center of Excellence for the flexo process, specifically for Extended Color Gamut (ECG) for wide-web CI flexo presses. The Center benefits from an “open-partnership” system, meaning all of BOBST’s valued industry partners are present, ensuring the integration of all the elements that combine to make a flawless end-to-end process.
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