Campolina Offset buys JetSci KolorSmart+ digital press

UV inkjet label press for pharma and security applications

Monotech JetSci Kolorsmart UV inkjet digital press|Campolina
L to R – Manoj Arora, Vikrant Arora of Campolina Offset with the JetSci KolorSmart UV inkjet label press Photo Monotech

Gurugram, 18 June 2022, label printer and converter Campolina Offset Printers based in Kala Amb in Himachal Pradesh has invested in a Jetsci Global KolorSmart+ UV inkjet label production press. Active in the pharma label market, the company intends to use the new digital press for the short to medium-run label and security printing segments.

Being in the label market for the past 12 years we were looking for something which can add a feather to our cap and in the era of digitalization, the JetSci is a solution for label printers. The quality and productivity of this machine in such a cost-effective price range is unmatchable in the industry says Manoj Arora, director, Campolina Offset Printers.”

Campolina Offset Printers started with 2-color offset presses in 2010, and currently offers roll, vinyl, waterproof, sheet, thermal and pharma labels including vial labels. The new digital press includes an additional flexo unit with UV curing before the UV inkjet station for the application of white or spot colors.

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