Nilpeter to launch new flexo presses at Labelexpo Europe 2019

Food and beverage packaging applications

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Under the 100 year anniversary banner, Nilpeter will exhibit two of its FA-Line flagship flexo presses at Labelexpo Europe 2019. The FA-Line presses will feature a number of new technologies.

New technologies

The first FA-Line press on display is 17-inch wide, features cold foil and lamination, as well as Nilpeter’s new high-speed semi-rotary die-cutting unit. Introduced to the market for the first time, this press will run in combination with two new technologies – the High-Build inkJet varnish and High Opacity White inkJet units. Nilpeter will demonstrate the press’ versatility and value-adding capabilities within wine and other beverage applications.

Effective flexible packaging

The second press on the show floor is the new multi substrate 22-inch FA-Line. It features a new 22-inch Quick-Change die station, UV-lamination and UV-LED drying. With this press, Nilpeter will demonstrate how to effectively print various food and beverage flexible packaging applications throughout the show.

Join Nilpeter as they raise a glass to mark the company’s 100-year milestone, and display exciting new developments at Labelexpo Europe 2019 – in Hall 7, Stands 7B39 & 7B35, Brussels Expo.

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