Adflex Corporation Goes Digital with Dantex PicoColour Digital Press
An established custom pressure sensitive product label provider in business for 40 years, Adflex Corporation selected the Dantex PicoColour as its first digital printing press for its ability to match the converter’s high print quality, after comparing the Dantex PicoColour with other inkjet digital technologies on the market.
Delivering superb printing results, the Dantex PicoColour has been developed to address the continuing demand from major brands for value-added label and package printing. With a printing width of 8.25” and running capacity of 82 ft. per minute, the PicoColour is a versatile and highly productive printing system at a competitive price. The press works with UV based inks and is available with CMYK + White.
Adflex Corporation’s President, Jeff Andolora said: “In creating a strategic move into new markets and opportunities, the PicoColour will be a fantastic addition to our digital offering. The team at Dantex guided us through the purchase process and have been exceptional in explaining the full capability of the press step-by-step, which in turn has enabled us to plan ahead”
Ross Thibault, General Manager at Adflex said: “We looked at other digital presses, but the key driver for us was the ability to use our current label stocks with the one pass, high opacity white without coating. It will suit the work that we do and integrate well with our business.”
“We are looking forward to having the PicoColour installed so that our customers can benefit from the superior digital print quality.” Dantex's President, Ben Danon added: “With most printers under market pressure to offer the benefits of digital print — shorter runs, flexibility, quick turnaround, and cost-effective label solutions — the PicoColour was the ideal solution for Adflex Corporation. We look forward to working together now and for their on-going digital requirements.”
Dantex launched its digital division in 2015, having served the labels and packaging industry for nearly 50 years.
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