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INX International Targets Corrugated Users at SuperCorr Expo



Published September 25, 2012
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INX International Ink Co. (booth 1813) has the solutions SuperCorr Expo visitors will be looking for. When the four-day event takes place Oct. 1-4 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA, INX will feature two new flexo ink series and the popular MD1000 UV digital flatbed printer.

“The corrugated industry is very important to us and remains extremely competitive and fast paced,” said Jim Wegemer, director of national accounts for INX International Ink Co. “Our customers are constantly looking for ways to improve their performance and productivity, while maintaining high quality, consistency and reliability. At INX, we provide these solutions by marrying new technology with experience and applications knowledge: the INX Solution.”

The HyStar SpH NT GCMI series and INX SpH Process series are the two latest flexo ink offerings. NT is the newest generation, HyStar pH stable GCMI system. Designed for excellent transfer and performance on the press, it offers improved productivity with less press side ink maintenance. The INX SpH Process series is ideal when an overprint is being used. It sports excellent rewetting and stability on press, combined with outstanding traps and screens.

The MD1000 UV digital flatbed printer is a proven asset when it comes to productivity. A key solution as part of the EVOLVE Advanced Digital Solutions brand line of equipment, it offers high resolution capabilities with best-in-class imaging in excess of 1000 dpi where print quality is essential. Perfect for short run work, the MD1000 is great at creating samples or proofs and is more than capable of handling solid board, corrugated sheets or difficult substrates.

“We will have a number of corrugated team representatives in the booth at SuperCorr. We encourage everyone to stop by and learn how they can drive more profit from our solutions at INX,” Mr. Wegemer said.


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