Heidelberg and Gallus at Labelexpo Brussels 2019

New launches and demonstrations of digital label solutions

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Gallus Labelmaster advanced
Gallus Labelmaster advanced

Gallus, a subsidiary of Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG, is focusing on the digitization of label production at the Labelexpo Brussels 2019. Under its motto — ‘Powered by Your Trust’ – the Heidelberg/Gallus team is exhibiting a wide range of label printing presses equipped with new functions that enable customers to benefit from higher quality standards in digital embellishment, produce variable print applications, and improve productivity in conventional label production. In addition to the premier of the new Digital Printbar, a digital embellishing unit designed specifically for opaque white, Heidelberg/Gallus team is also hosting live demonstrations of a new quick-change die-cut unit on the Gallus Labelmaster Advanced 8 color and 10 color. Further highlights on the Gallus Labelfire digital label printing press include fully variable data printing and the Digital Embellishment Unit. The team is also exhibiting Gallus Smartfire at Stand B28/C31 in Hall 5.

“Digitization is now also part and parcel of label production. The Heidelberg/Gallus team is fully embracing this trend at Labelexpo Europe 2019 with a view to showing existing and potential customers new ways of maintaining and further improving their competitiveness in the age of digitization,” said Christof Naier, general manager – Label Business at Heidelberg/Gallus.

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