TRESU’s headquarters and venue for the company's Flexo Tech on 31st. March 2020
Tresu’s headquarters and venue for the company's Flexo Tech on 31 March 2020

Tresu, a leading provider of flexographic printing technology and coating solutions will be hosting a pre-drupa 2020 Flexo Tech event featuring its latest solutions together with suppliers and business partners on 31 March 2020.

The Flexo Tech event, which will include the participation of the Danish Flexographic Association will be held in Tresu’s new headquarters and production facility, in Kolding. Visitors will have previews of technologies to be launched at drupa 2020 including the latest solutions to improve print quality, accelerate production, reduce costs, energy and waste, while increasing throughput and competitiveness.

Live demonstrations featuring the company’s machine and ancillary systems, using materials, equipment and automation solutions will show the value of flexo, not only for packaging and graphics, but a host of converting applications as well.

The vice presidentof Solutions Division at Tresu, Ronni Nielsen expects many interesting visitors joining in order to get pre-views and presentations of the company’s product launches at the international drupa trade fair taking place in Düsseldorf later this year.

We have registered a great interest to participate and exhibit at our Tresu Flexo Tech event and we hope to see many customers and business partners at our event in March. Leveraging the specific expertise of our partners, the event provides a unique opportunity for our customers to consider and discuss with us their future plans and development needs at a single event.”

Tresu’s ancillary and machine systems are well-established in the packaging, label, paperboard and commercial printing markets. However, the company has a growing installed base of custom-designed flexo units in non-packaging sectors, providing an integrated printing and coating operation within existing converting lines and can be integrated with offset, gravure or digital printing operations for converting or coating paper, board, films and textiles.

Henrik Kristensen, vice president of Ancillary Division at Tresu adds, “Based on a strong track record and proven portfolio Tresu now takes the next step and introduces the next generation of chamber blade technology and ink- and supply systems in the coming months. We look forward to the further dialogue on this exciting new ancillary printing equipment adding new opportunities to customers”.

The participating partners include for the pre drupa event include; B&R Automation, BST International, BW Papersystems, D&W Flexomanufaktur, Flexo Wash, Festo, FlexoConcept, Gew

Halle Karton, IMS Technologies, Inometa, IST METZ, JM Heaford, Kodak among others.

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