Label printing solutions from Taiyo at PAMEX 2017

Standard Printers Providers at PAMEX 2017 – Stand 1 F23

Taiyo TLC 250 label printing press

Mumbai-based Standard Printers Providers is a supplier of a variety of solutions for the printing and packing industry and represents some of the leading brands in the business. It offers solutions such as narrow web offset machines and label printing machines, among others.

At the upcoming PAMEX 2017, the company will extend its focus on label printing solutions and promote Japan’s Taiyo label printing presses. Standard Printers Providers will talk about two models of Taiyo Flexo Presses—the STF 340 and the STF 460. It will also promote TLC 250 label printing press from Taiyo, which features a central impression drum.

The STF 340 is a narrow web flexo press that can handle paper, films and light cartons. The press has a maximum web width of 340 mm and runs at 150 meters per minute. It can be used to print self-adhesive labels, shrink sleeves and tube laminates, among others. The STF 460 model offers a web width of 460 mm.

Pamex17 1The TLC 250 label printing press features a central impression drum with 6-color UV letterpress printing, UV flexo printing, varnish unit flat-bed die-cutting and rotary die unit. It can handle web width of 260 mm and has a speed of 120 meters per minute.

“We have participated in PAMEX before and have had a great experience. This time too we hope to meet a number of printers,” says Gaurav Sachdev of Standard Printers Providers.
Standard Printers Providers will be at Stand 1 F23.

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