Bobst and Mouvent to unveil a complete product protfolio at Labelexpo

Bobst at Labelexpo Europe 2019

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Bobst stand brimming with visitors

Bobst, Mouvent and 12 Revo partners recently unveiled several new products for labels and flexible packaging. At Hall 3, Stand 3A58 and 3A59 from 24 to 27 September 2019, these innovations will further accelerate. Visitors will get an opportunity to witness four complete digitalized production processes across a digital native press, equipped with water-based inks, a new world premiere UV/Flexo hybrid printing machine and two DigiFlexo presses.

The new solutions set new standards helping converters and brand owners improve time-to-market, guarantee color consistency and food packaging safety. The recently announced Ink-on-Demand (IoD), Highly Automated Liquid (HAL) and DigiColorrevolutionary innovations will be demonstrated on the stand along with the fully automated DigiMountTM flexo plate mounting system. Visitors will be able to understand how to win the challenge of color consistency with the Extended Color Gamut (ECG) technologies across DigiFlexo and digital native printing processes.

Bobst will present Connected Services monitoring the performance of the entire production floor, reducing equipment downtime and repair costs. The Bobst M6 line, which changes the future of flexible packaging, will be the star of Hall 11, Stand 11A50 in the flexible packaging arena.

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