Offset Printing - Sheet-Fed
Koenig & Bauer presented its packaging workflow and intelligent digitization solutions, among other highlights. Together with joint venture partner Durst, the VariJET106 press for digital folding carton printing was also seen in action for the first time.
Komori’s presentations will focus on the concept of “Connected Automation.” Drastic changes in the social and economic environment in recent years have led to a digital transformation (DX) in the printing industry, particularly in terms of how productivity and profits can be increased.
Carlson Print Group is utilizing its new Koenig & Bauer Rapida 105 PRO press as its centerpiece workhorse machine, providing its exceptional customers with the definitive advantage of high quality, color consistency, embellishments, speed, and quick changeovers.
With a significant increase in its business due to market leading quality and customer service, Fort Dearborn, a custom label and packaging company with 20 locations nationwide, reached nearly 82 million impressions on its Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 106-8+L in 2020.
When the opportunity to replace its aging fleet of offset presses presented itself, Keystone Paper & Box turned to manroland Sheetfed and the Evolution printing press to fill its production capacity.
Massilly North America Inc., a global metal packaging manufacturing and distribution company, is investing in its first new Koenig & Bauer MetalStar 3 metal decorating press. The new MetalStar press, which will be installed at the firm’s 250,000 sq.-ft.-facility, will handle the bulk of Massilly’s printing work.
Marshall & Bruce, a Nashville, Tenn.-based printing and packaging company, has transitioned its business from commercial to include packaging. The addition of a seven-color, 41" Koenig & Bauer Rapida 106, has helped that transition.
With two of the current Speedmaster presses aging at its Bloomington, Ill., location, Curtis 1000 recently installed a new Speedmaster XL 106-8P+L with both LED & Mercury UV curing to increase its capacity and capabilities as well as enhance its speed-to-market.
With the rapid increase in ecommerce stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, SupremeX, a Montreal-based manufacturer of business envelopes labels and packages, relied on its seven-color, 41” Koenig & Bauer Rapida 105 PRO to keep up with demand.
With the installation of its new 64", eight-color Koenig & Bauer Rapida 164 press, Huston Patterson has been able to increase its production of critical packaging that can be found up and down the aisles of any retailer such as a local grocery store, pharmacy, Walmart, and Amazon.