Trelleborg and INK Maloberti offer metal decorating solutions

Inks and blankets at Metpack 2017 in Essen

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Trelleborg and INK Maloberti will display metal decorating solutions at Metpack

Trelleborg is joining forces with sector specialist manufacturers INK Maloberti and PCO Printing Chemicals, part of the Printgraph Group, at Metpack 2017, 2 – 6 May, Essen, Germany which is an hours train ride from Dusseldorf. In addition to offering a complete range of offset blanket solutions, inks and chemicals for metal decorating applications, the three companies will launch several products at the event for the international metal packaging industry.

Matthias Horn, Regional Sales Director for the EMEA market for Trelleborg’s printing solutions, says, “It’s an exciting partnership and Metpack 2017 provides the ideal platform to demonstrate how effectively our products complement each other. Technical experts from the three manufacturers work closely together to ensure complete compatibility and effectiveness between their products. Vulcan is a well established offset blanket brand in the metal decorating sector and we expect there to be a great deal of interest in our industry-leading UV blankets and the various new solutions we have for the latest energy-efficient UV technologies.”

INK Maloberti is a family-run business that has been serving metal decorating printers for the last 70 years, with around 80% of its output today going to this specific market. The company exports half of the inks made at its Milan factory and at Metpack 2017 it will show two new inks within its Sintometal thermal, UV and LE-UV ranges.

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