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BOBST's new CI flexo press delivers high-quality production on a wide range of substrates. It features technical automation that ensures repeatable process consistency and minimum waste. The announcement of the new press comes during two major events for BOBST, the K 2019 tradeshow and an Open House event.
Clear View Bag Co. has purchased its second Fusion C flexographic press from PCMC. With a smaller footprint and fewer parts, the Fusion C is loaded with fast makeready and waste-saving features, including SteadyPrint.
On Oct. 1, Hudson-Sharp will become a part of Paper Converting Machine Company's and Barry-Wehmiller’s converting equipment platform. The alignment of these two companies amplifies their capabilities, innovation and service.
The latest achievements in flexographic technology took center stage during the Flexographic Technical Association's annual Forum, which was held May 5-8 in New Orleans. Additionally, the future of flexo and its place in the packaging industry were key themes throughout the event.
Lockport, N.Y.-based Bison Bag has placed an order for a 10-color MIRAFLEX II M. The device will be Bison Bag’s fourth flexographic press and its first from Windmöller & Hölscher. The press is scheduled for start-up in fourth quarter 2019.
The Flexographic Technical Association honored this year's Hall of Fame inductee and its 2019 Award Winners at its Awards Banquet held in conjunction with Forum & INFOFLEX 2019.
Kiliper Corp., an Ames, Iowa-based producer of stretch sleeves and polyethylene bags, has ordered a new MIRAFLEX II flexographic press from Windmoeller & Hoelscher, which is scheduled for start-up in Q4 2019.
With the theme "Experience the Future of Flexo," Windmöller & Hölscher demonstrated its new NOVOFLEX II high-performance flexo press at an open house event at its headquarters in Lengerich, Germany.
Retroflex Inc. has announced its plans for a $1.5 million addition to its Wrightstown, Wis. facility, which will add 12,500 sq. ft. The expansion is set to begin in the first quarter of 2019 and will increase the physical space of several Retroflex departments.