The press will be delivered to the Belgium-based label converter after the show concludes.
“We first invested in digital printing technology 4-5 years ago in response to increased customer demand for shorter print runs and multiple SKUs," said Xavier de Vos, chief operating officer of Label-Pak. "This trend has continued to increase and we soon realized that in order to be able to offer our customers a complete range of printing solutions, we also needed to invest in digital inkjet technology.”
Established in 1968, the family-owned Label-Pak employs 31 people and produces self-adhesive labels and non-adhesive cardboard labels for customers from the food & beverage, personal care, chemical, health & safety, security, household and logistics sectors.
Using a combination of analog and digital printing technologies with added capabilities for screen printing, cold foiling and lamination, Label-Pak delivers a variety of labels ranging from logistics labels to elaborate 10-color, dual-sided, multi-page, dry-peel and coupon labels, to security, reseal and scratch-off labels.