The company will use its new Nanographic Printing capability to generate valuable business growth from high-quality, high-speed, medium-run folding carton work.
Dierk Schröder, chairman, Edelmann, said: “Our business is all about customer service. Staying in tune with the market and delivering what it needs, but also anticipating, innovating and then proactively offering what it didn’t know it needed. We’re excited to be working with Landa; this is a value-based partnership that will drive long-lasting end customer relationships. What’s more, Nanography is breakthrough technology with the potential to transform the print, packaging and communication markets.”
Oliver Sattel, technical director, Edelmann, commented: “Brands are actively looking to streamline their operations to remain lean and efficient, but not at the expense of product quality or price. The Landa S10 Nanographic Printing® Press delivers this. It removes the previous barriers of minimum order quantities, with money tied-up in unnecessary printed stock and storage. This represents unprecedented flexibility that will interest not only our customers’ procurement departments, but also their creative teams too. We already have lots of interest for this new service, and are confident that Landa is the right partner and Nanography the only technology to deliver this capability.”
Engineered for the packaging and converting industries, the Landa S10 Nanographic Printing Press enables mainstream packaging productivity with plate-free, offset print quality.
The Landa S10 will be installed at Edelmann’s Heidenheim production site, the largest of its kind in Europe. Edelmann will also exhibit at Interpack 2017 (Hall 11 / A14.A18) to showcase the benefits of Nanographic Printing.
Source: News – Packaging News