Multidruk orders second Kodak Flexcel NX

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Marcin Jastrzębski, owner of Multidruk, commented, “Our purchase of Kodak’s Flexcel NX System four years ago was the best investment we have ever made; it has enabled us to grow our customer base and expand beyond Poland’s borders. The print quality that this system enables printers to produce can be compared to gravure, which enabled many brands switch to flexo over the past few years for the production of their flexible packaging. This new investment will allow us to expand our plate production and keep up with growing market demand for Kodak Flexcel NX Plates.”
 
“We have continued to innovate and develop our advanced Flexcel NX technology platform since it was introduced at drupa eight years ago. To now celebrate our 500th installation is a key milestone and tangible proof that Kodak’s Flexcel NX Technology has moved into the mainstream,” said Chris Payne, general manager, Flexographic Packaging Solutions, Kodak. “While our customers invest in Kodak’s technology for the high quality it delivers, they stay for the long-term due to the efficiency that our plates drive on press. Multidruk is a great example of how these benefits enable customers to grow their business as more printers switch from other processes to flexo.”

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