HEIDELBERG’s booth featured a modular Smart Print Shop – showcasing digital transformation across the manufacturing supply chain
Packaging Impressions held a panel discussion during PRINTING United Expo titled “Packaging 101 for the Commercial and Wide-Format Printer” to educate commercial and wide-format print service providers on how they can enter the packaging segment.
Label and package printers enjoyed the steady predictability of their businesses during the last few decades, but that approach “left cracks in the plaster as the world evolved.” The key to preventing those cracks is to constantly feed an innovation pipeline, and diversity’s superpower is feeding innovation pipelines.
We talked with Matthew Greer, CEO/CTO, DMS Color to find out how digital inkjet printers are helping DMS expand its fast-growing packaging business — and the role of this technology in the development of his company’s first direct-to-consumer offering.
Carlson Print Group, well-known for its luxury customized print pieces produced for many leading brands in the world, installed a Scodix Ultra 6000 to broaden its offering of high-end finishing capabilities to its clients with tailored embellishment needs.
Labels, Tags & Inserts (LTI) has expanded its capabilities with the installation of the Insignia6H diecutter with a folding gluing system from Rollem for its Burlington, NC, facility.
While print production software is well established and fully functional, what isn’t is the interconnectivity between production and MIS systems. DWS Printing & Packaging is a good example of how a reassessment can be helpful.
Tavo Packaging found itself needing to supercharge its pressroom and add capacity for its national and international brands. Its solution was to partner with Koenig & Bauer and invest in a new Rapida 145 large-format press at its eastern Pennsylvania facility.
Curtis Packaging, a specialist in luxury folding carton packaging, has invested in the first Scodix Ultra 6000 Press powered by SHD, launching at PRINTING United.