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21.04.2016 0

Swedish printer goes digital

The sweden based flexible packaging producer Scandiflex has invested in a HP Indigo 20000 digital printing press. Scandiflex produces flexible packaging since 198 and is today one of the leading companies in the country.


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07.04.2016 0

Upgrade package for HP Indigo 20000

For drupa, HP Indigo has designed an upgrade package for its 20000 press which enables compatibility with new substrates, such as polyethylene and stretchable materials, for a wider range of high-volume flexible packaging, shrink sleeve, and in-mold and pressure-sensitive label applications, including lids and laminated tubes.

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04.02.2016 0

Titan installs two slitters

British producer of slitter rewinders Atlas Converting has recently sold two of its Titan brand slitter rewinders to reputed flexible packaging producers. 

Canada's largest printer TC Transcontinental has purchased a Titan SR800 slitter rewinder. Titan was selected as TC has made positive experience with their previous Titan slitter rewinders. 

UK based Uni Packaging has invested in a 1650 mm wide Titan SR9-DT dual turret designed slitter for short runs. The company recently bought their third HP Indigo 20000 digital press. 

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26.11.2015 0

Uni Packaging increases capacity with 2nd digi press

Following the success of its digital printing offering, UNI Packaging has further increased its capacity by investing in a second HP Indigo 20000 digital press. Providing a 30-inch (750mm) wide-web solution for flexible packaging and sleeves, the press will be located at UNI Packaging’s digital facility in Périgny, France and will be operational in June 2015.

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12.11.2015 0

Gravure printer goes digital

Germany based packaging producer Allflex Folienveredlung has installed its first HP Indigo 20000 digital printing press. The subsidiary of Bagel Packaging reacts on the increasing demand of short runs, which they previously printed in gravure. The press is 30" wide and able to print up to seven colours. 

Back in 2009, Allflex has purchased a HB Indigo WS 4500. 

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