With focus on durable labels, DuraMark Technologies recently invested in two presses by Durst at its new facility in Indianapolis.
Bill Bussick, president and chief executive officer of DuraMark said, “We knew that UV technology was ideal for durable labels, and there were several key players in the market. When we looked at replacing a press that had been discontinued, we knew we needed a reliable solution that met our customers demanding standards. Durst was our choice.”
OMET and Durst at upcoming Label Expo
Durst will be showcasing the latest developments in UV inkjet technology, web-to-print solutions and more at the upcoming Labelexpo 2018 show in Chicago. The event will take place from 25 -27 September 2018 in Hall F, Stand 5901. In addition, OMET will be showcasing an inline hybrid solution featuring the X6 technology, and powered by the Durst Tau 330 RSC. Focus will be on the power and functionality of the Durst Workflow software that simplifies issues with customer files without having to go back to prepress or Illustrator to make necessary changes.
In addition, DuraMark will be using the Durst Workflow software to drive both of the Tau 330 presses. “Because we deliver ‘just in time’ to customers who are using our decals in manufacturing lines, we need to make sure we can give them what they need, when they need it,” said Bob Keck, vice president of Operations at DuraMark Technologies.
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