Xeikon’s folding carton suite at interpack

Hall 13, Stand E90

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At interpack 2017, Xeikon will present its 3500 digital press

Xeikon, a division of Flint Group and a market leader in digital color printing technology for the labels and packaging industry, will bring its Folding Carton Suite to interpack. On show will be its full folding carton production solution based on its flagship—the Xeikon 3500 digital press.

During interpack, Xeikon experts will demonstrate how the digital Folding Carton Suite can complement a business in providing flexibility in smaller runs and faster response, and expand opportunities to attract new customers and revenue streams.

interpack“Folding boxboard and digital printing have a bright future ahead. We can help brands stand out and respond to key market trends of shorter run times, just-in-time requests, more variation, seasonal packaging, smaller lot sizes, optimized supply chains and personalization. At interpack 2017, Xeikon will present a proven folding carton solution that underlines the advantage of digital production in these applications,” says Gert Geens, business development manager, Folding Cartons.

Xeikon will be in  Hall 13, Stand E90.

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