Prati
At drupa 2016 Prati will display Saturn OMNIA, a high-performance, modular finishing platform able to handle SA labels, flexible packaging, A4 sheets, wet glue labels and IML

Saturn OMNIA at drupa
Prati will be present at drupa 2016 at Hall 11 Stand E48. Visitors will discover the Saturn OMNIA at the 60 square metre stand in Düsseldorf. Saturn OMNIA is a high-performance, modular finishing platform able to handle SA labels, flexible packaging, A4 sheets, wet glue labels and IML. Saturn OMNIA is for customized production runs and multiple label types, offering flexibility, so that if the market requires you to change your production from one day to the next, you are already equipped to respond accordingly.

Open Days in Faenza
For a full week before drupa 2016 and a week following the event, Prati will open its doors to anyone wishing to visit the factory and its headquarters in Faenza. Not only will visitors have a chance to view the Digifast One in action, but also a wide range of finishing solutions on display, and in addition visitors will be able to discuss future developments and customization requirements with Prati’s technical staff and qualified engineers. Open Days will run for a four-week period starting 23 May and finishing 17 June.

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