Gurgaon-based A&A Labels has installed the first Lombardi Synchroline 430 flexo press in India. Comissioned by Vinsak, the exclusive distributor of Lombardi presses in India, the new press will help A&A Labels expand its business portfolio and help expand its reach beyond the regional level, according to Saurabh Jain, director at A&A Labels. “The press will offer us the opportunity to produce labels on flexible film as well as begin the production of monocartons,” says Jain.
Lombardi Synchro line is a three-motor servo press capable of printing different kinds of substrates including paper, light cardboard and flexible substrates. The motors in Lombardi presses are geared together to gain the best accuracy in register and to minimize the gear bars. The electronic shaft keeps the register accurate by means of an independent servo on each print group. The press is equipped with printing groups governed singularly by brushless motors and the setting and maintenance of the printing register of the whole press is governed by the electric board with a system of register control.
Jain also appreciated Lombardi and its technicians for satisfying his requirements including some machine specific options. “The addition of this line will double our capacity in terms of converting self-adhesive materials and we expect a growth of more than 100% in our top line in this financial year,” says Jain.
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