Automatic cleaning equipment saves money for Trisan
From a simple beginning in 2000, printing labels on letterpress machines, Thai family business Trisan has moved to flexo production with two Nilpeter and one Omet machine. To cope with the extra production capacity and the higher quality labels now being produced by its 50 employees, the company decided to invest in Flexo Wash cleaning equipment.
ScanMould chooses Flexo Wash to maintain high output
Scandinavia’s first dedicated IML label converter, ScanMould, has installed a suite of Flexo Wash cleaning technology at its plant in Jyllinge, Denmark, to help maintain the high production levels achieved with its new Windmöller & Hölscher CI flexo press, and KBA rotary die cutter.
Solvent Free Cleaning Improves Working Environment at Mondi Korneuburg
The Austrian based Mondi Korneuburg is part of the international packaging and paper Group Mondi. With more than 25,000 employees and over 100 sites in more than 30 countries, the Group is one of the biggest players in the market.
Wedderburn New Zealand has continued to grow their printing business and has invested in modern Flexo presses. The investments in modern equipment means Wedderburn can turn jobs around fast, with less waste and maintain a high quality.
Australian Printer Poly Products’ Perfect Solution for Anilox Cleaning
Finding a way to clean and manage the condition and performance of an anilox library is a crucial part of any printing process. Jet technologies are proud of our successful decade-long history with Flexo Wash cleaning systems, and have been providing the printing industry in Australia and New Zealand with dedicated anilox cleaning technology for both wide and narrow web clients for many years now.
There is only one word to describe Franklin Web’s plant, ‘enormous!’ The Australian company is spread across 100,000 square metres of factory space in Sunshine, Victoria, made up of six buildings, covering a site of some 40 acres. But back in 1935 when Len Taylor opened his print shop in Franklin Street, Sunshine, it wasn’t that way.