Huizhou Honghui Printing invests in a Manroland press

Packaging printing press with a coating module

Roland 705 with coating module 3B plus format Evolution press by Manroland
Roland 705 with coating module 3B plus format Evolution press by Manroland

Huizhou Honghui Printing, a packaging printing company, has invested in a new Roland 705 with coating module 3B plus format Evolution press by Manroland. Founded in 2004, Huizhou Honghui Printing specializes in packaging for personal care products and consumer goods. Through the years, the company has established a complete packaging workflow, including prepress, printing and postpress.

Quality is fundamental

We have attached great importance to product quality since the establishment of our company. We have received the ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 accreditation. Quality was our focus point when considering the procurement of a new press,” said Huang Jianhui, general manager of Huizhou Honghui Printing.

The Roland 700 Evolution press by Manroland features the TripleFlow inking unit that arranges the ideal inking amount for different graphics; the intelligent software manages the inking amount during the start of a new job and job changes. The machine is also said to reduce waste significantly. In addition, costs can be further reduced and the quality of finished sheet stacks is enhanced. The vacuum suction feeder is equipped with an automatic skew correction function, which automatically corrects any misplacement during the sheet transfer.

Improving profitability with higher efficiency

With the steady growth of our business, and facing the increasingly demanding requirements in the packaging printing market, we have come to realize that only by the continuous improvement of our product quality and productivity, as well as the reduction of our total production cost, could our company stay ahead in the printing industry,” Huang added.

Huizhou Honghui Printing chose the option of 3B plus a large format (780 millimeter x 1060 millimeter) for their Roland 700 Evolution. In terms of both productivity and cost saving of printing materials, the 3B plus large format can play a big role.

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