Quality Prepress installs G&J flexo plate equipment

G&J Concept flexo exposure unit & DW plate processor provided by Monotech

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Quality Prepress director Darshan Pandya with the new Glunz & Jensen exposure unit Photo Monotech Systems
Quality Prepress director Darshan Pandya with the new Glunz & Jensen exposure unit Photo Monotech Systems

Monotech Systems, a leading manufacturer of digital inkjet printers and presses and a one-stop solution provider, has installed a Glunz & Jensen Concept 302ECDLF flexo plate exposure unit and 305 DW flexo plate processor at Ahmedabad-based flexographic repro house Quality Prepress.

Quality Prepress is a trade shop supplying prepress and flexo plates to packaging and label converters across the country. It’s a leading prepress bureau producing high-quality flexo plates committed to introducing innovations and the latest technologies for the leading packaging and label converters and brand owners.

“We are very pleased with the G&J machine and flexo plate results. When we started our operation, our existing setup was not productive enough, but the G&J equipment is consistent and delivers high-quality results. It has helped us double our production, and hence our distribution has increased across the nation. Monotech Systems’ support is admirable, and I believe with this trust factor, you move forward confidently,” says Darshan Pandya, director, Quality Prepress.

Glunz & Jensen is a leading supplier of innovative, high-quality plate making solutions for the global offset, flexo, and prepress industry. Its products are marketed and supported in India by Monotech Systems.

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