Landa to show W10 for flexible packaging

Hall 9 Stand A73

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Landa will showcase its new Landa W10 nanographic printing press for flexible packaging at drupa 2016

Landa’s lineup of offset quality Nanographic printing presses at drupa 2016 will include sheetfed presses running at 13,000 B1 sheets an hour as well as one meter-wide (41 inches) web presses printing on plastic packaging films. At Hall 9 Stand A73 the company will give live demonstrations of all of its Nano-graphic printing presses, including the Landa S10 sheetfed press for folding carton and POP, the Landa S10P perfecting press for commercial printing and the Landa W10 web press for flexible packaging and paperboard

“Fourteen years of nanotechnology research has enabled us to make tremendous breakthroughs in the quality, speed and cost of printing for flexible packaging. The Landa W10 nanographic printing press produces gravure quality printing – at production speeds – on a broad range of substrates from plastic packaging films to metal foils, from paper to carton. Finally, there is a solution that meets the needs of the flexible packaging industry for affordable short-to-medium run lengths of highest gravure-quality packaging materials with flexo-competitive costs and productivity. Our presses will start shipping in early 2017,” says Benny Landa, chairman of the Landa Group.”

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