Durst & All4Labels together announce beta testing of Tau 510 RSCi

Tau 510 RSCi was installed at the All4Labels in mid-2020

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Durst’s new Tau 510 RSCi at All4Labels in Gebesee
Durst’s new Tau 510 RSCi at All4Labels in Gebesee

Durst, manufacturer of innovative digital printing systems and software solutions, and All4Labels Global Packaging Group, a world-class one-stop converter servicing local and multinational clients, announce successful beta testing of Durst’s new Tau 510 RSCi at All4Labels in Gebesee – Germany All4Labels, which has 29 production sites across the world and more than 3,000 employees, specializes in the home and personal care markets, as well as food and beverage. The group is recognized by its customers as a preferred provider of pressure-sensitive, shrink sleeve, and security labels and flexible packaging solutions and identification.

The Tau 510 RSCi was installed at the All4Labels plant Gebesee in mid-2020 and was since then tested under real production conditions for a dedicated range of label & package printing applications. Thanks to the positive performance of the beta machine, another machine has meanwhile been installed in the same press room to further increase production capacity needs in Gebesee, followed by multiple installations in other All4Label plants across Europe.

Kraft commenting on their investment in Durst’s RSCi print technology

Christian Kraft, Plant Manager at All4Labels Gebesee, said: “This investment in Durst’s RSCi printing technology, software, and service represents a further step up in what we offer for customers demanding the very best, who include internationally renowned brands and local companies. Optimization of production processes has become All4Label’s main priority in a market where we see a high level of customization, premiumization, and personalization. Digital printing and the associated technologies have allowed us to offer greater flexibility and faster response to the marketplace. Now, with the new Tau 510 RSCi, Durst has moved to yet another level and will be providing us with industrial performance for medium and long print runs with outstanding quality.”

Helmuth Munter, Durst’s Segment Manager, Labels & Flexible Packaging, said: “We are delighted to be a business partner of All4Labels, and we are proud and happy about the successful beta test of our new Tau 510 RSCi. This strategic alignment is a perfect endorsement for our strategy and the strong emphasis that we place on customer care, quality, and innovation, thus in partnership helping our clients be increasingly successful in their chosen business, and we’re looking forward to a future successful growth with All4Labels.”

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