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Color Label Makes A Sustainable Choice With Refurbished FA-2500
Danish Color Label, owners of no less than 10 Nilpeter presses, has made another sustainable press investment by acquiring a fully refurbished, pre-owned Nilpeter FA-2500. An absolutely beautiful classic, according to Nilpeter’s own Nick Hughes.
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“I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again - for us, Nilpeter is the Mercedes of flexo label printing presses, and we have never considered investing in anything else,” says Erik Grønning, CEO & Owner of Color Label.

Pre-Owned Program
Nilpeter’s Pre-Owned Program is a part of a strategic objective to create sustainable initiatives. Pre-Owned printing presses are often traded in as part of a new purchasing decision. The presses are then fully refurbished to improve the condition and lifetime, providing many years of stabile press performance to a new owner.

The newly refurbished 8-colour UV FA-2500 installed at Color Label is the second of its kind to land on the production floor in Aarhus, Denmark. The press software has been upgraded considerably and all vital mechanical parts and electrical components controlled and/or changed. Cosmetically, all panels and covers have been treated and received a powder coating to factory standards. The result is quite simply an “absolutely beautiful classic,” if you ask Nilpeter Ltd. Managing Director, Nick Hughes.

“With the purchase of our second newly refurbished FA-2500, we now have a total of ten Nilpeter presses on the factory floor, ranging from 10 to 16 inches. And this one looks and feels brand new. They’ve really done an outstanding job on the refurbishment,” Erik Grønning adds.

A Pleasure Working With Color Label
“This is the second press in which we have performed a nut and bolt rebuild for Color Label. It has been a pleasure working with Erik Grønning and Lonnie Melskens, as we have the same expectations when it comes to quality and standards,” says Nick Hughes.

The Sustainable Choice
“The newly refurbished FA-2500 fits right in. We know it’s reliable, and it’s a sustainable choice that allows us to reuse existing tooling, and continue producing green and cost-effective linerless labels. All jobs can be run on all machines, enabling us to always deliver on time, which is in our DNA,” Erik Grønning concludes.

A Leading Label Supplier
Established in 1980, Color Label A/S is one of the leading Danish suppliers of self-adhesive labels to the food industry, the chemical industry, and for retail trade. Color Label is a service-oriented and innovative company that strives to solve any label challenge regardless of the printing and delivery requirements.

Over the years, capacity has multiplied through investments in new and more efficient machinery, strong IT management, and the optimal physical facilities. After the latest expansion with an increased buffer storage, among other things, Color Label now has more than 3,600 sq.m. at their disposal.


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Grif Reaches Competitive Label Markets with New FA-17
Grif Rótulos e Etiquetas Adhesivas of Brazil has installed two new Nilpeter FA-17 flexo presses.
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Thanks to the fast make-ready, low waste, and increased productivity of the FA-17, Grif plans to reach more competitive label markets in South America. The increased production and cost efficiency will enable Grif to achieve better and lower pricing structures.

Nilpeter Presses in São Paulo
Grif operates a total of 15 flexo presses in São Paulo, Brazil. The first Nilpeter press, an MO-3300S, was acquired in 2008. This was followed by a number of FB-Lines, and now, two new FA-17 presses. This year, 2021, Grif celebrates 35 years in existence, with several different activities planned to mark the occasion.

Better Service & Value-Added Solutions
Grif’s main focus is set on pressure sensitive labels and aims to better service segments, where price plays a larger role with the new presses, while offering value-added solutions to market segments, where they are already represented.

“Having 10 colours with inline process combinations such as cold foil, screen, and different types of lamination, will allow us to present more creative solutions to the market,” says Francisco Paz, Owner, Grif Rótulos e Etiquetas Adhesivas.

“Nilpeter provides outstanding support that gives us the operational security we need, which translates into confidence in our ability to print high quality labels, in high speeds, with the least operational cost possible,” he continues.

Lower Cost Per Label
Built around the modern print operator, with an intuitive user interface and fully mobile print controls, the Nilpeter FA-Line provides a maximum level of stability, the tightest register tolerance, and excellent printing results on multiple substrates: All normal self-adhesive materials, including flexible packaging films, polymer films, metallic films, and paper.

The FA features Nilpeter’s lightweight, easy-load sleeves for reduced setup times, easy handling, increased production speeds, higher printing quality, and impressive durability, not to mention a lower cost per label.

The Fight Against COVID-19
Grif has no doubt been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. With caution, travel and import restrictions, the entire process of installation and production start-up was postponed for about 6 months, but thanks to high levels of safety and process control, Grif has been able to participate in the fight against COVID-19 through the manufacturing of vaccine labels from Butantã.

The pressure sensitive market in Latin America continues to grow, year after year, with Grif focusing its activities to support a sustainable and continuous growth. “As soon as our production capacity reaches 50%, we will evaluate further investments. Our strategy is based on a ‘Just-In-Time” philosophy, working as closely as possible with our customers to secure short, on-demand delivery. This requires “free” production capacity, so if all goes to plan, we will be looking to add more equipment in the future,” Francisco Paz concludes.

About Grif
Founded in 1986, Grif Rótulos e Etiquetas Adhesivas specializes in the manufacturing of high-tech adhesive labels, proposing innovative ideas for packaging decorations and point of sale highlights. For over 3 decades, Grif has offered the best adhesive label and promotional sticker solutions for food, cosmetics, drinks, hygiene, and cleaning, among other market segments. Grif takes great pride in participating in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, through the manufacturing of vaccine labels from Butantã. Grif has a large structure and consolidated procedures, with ISO-certification, and all the security and technology needed to meet the most critical levels of market demand, including also for the pharmaceutical segment, which requires a high level of safety and process control.

Chromatic Labels Acquires FA-26 To Improve Response Times
Chromatic Labels of Irvine, CA, USA, has acquired a new 8-colour Nilpeter FA-26 to improve response times and offer new solutions to existing and new customers. Simultaneously, the company has moved into a new, state-of-the-art 35,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility.
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The FA-26 is the latest and widest flexo press Nilpeter has ever developed. Designed to print with water-based and solvent inks, with UV, LED, and E-beam processes - in any combination, the FA-26 is a game-changer in short run flexible packaging. From pouches and sachets to wrap-arounds, shrink sleeves, labels, and more.

The FA-26 is fully sleeve-based, both for anilox and plate rollers, with a closed ink chamber system. This construction, combined with the new landscape design, ensures high-quality printing and unique production performance.

Improved Response Times and New Solutions
”We are very excited with the purchase of this new state-of-the-art, mid-web flexographic press, which is scheduled to be up-and-running by the end of August,” says Mark Gaw, Vice-President & General Manager, Chromatic Labels.

”The FA-26 will enable us to improve our response times on existing business as well as offer new solutions,”
he continues.

”The purchase of the new equipment required more space, so we have moved into an impressive, new 35,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility ½ mile from our previous location,”
Mark Gaw adds.

”We appreciate our long relationships with all of our customers and suppliers and expect these relationships to improve, as we have better resources to support everyone,”
he concludes.

Leading Manufacturing Capabilities
"By investing in the new FA-26, Chromatic has put themselves on the leading edge of manufacturing capabilities for flexible packaging,” says John Crammer, Sales Consultant, Nilpeter USA.

“The FA-26 was designed from the ground up for quick-change and high-speed capabilities with in-line lamination. With top speeds of 820 feet per minute, and 2-3 minute print station changeovers, this truly is a game-changer for the mid-web market”
he continues.

“With a full 26" web width, this addition to Chromatic’s Nilpeter-based platform gives them the ability to significantly expand their offerings to their customer base. We, at Nilpeter, appreciate the trust Chromatic has put in us in choosing their printing partner,"
John Crammer concludes.

About Chromatic Labels
Chromatic Labels is headquartered in Irvine, CA, and is a custom flexible packaging and pressure-sensitive labels manufacturer. Chromatic serves small-to-medium sized companies in the nutraceutical, cosmetic, food & beverage, and pharmaceutical industries.

Chromatic’s commitment to excellent customer service and fast, responsive print turnaround, while maintaining the highest standards of quality, has allowed them to effectively serve the manufacturers, distributors, and brokers of Southern California, throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico. 

AM Etichette Modernises Label Production With A New FA-17
Nilpeter partner of more than 20 years, AM Etichette, has reconfirmed its commitment to the Danish printing press manufacturer with the installation of a new FA-17.
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The Italian printer specializes in self-adhesive labels and shrink sleeves and will be able to perform even faster job changeovers with the new press.

A Spaceship has Landed in Palermo
“A spaceship has landed in Palermo,” Marco Mussumarra, AM Etichette, begins. “Yes, the new FA-17 is installed with great pride in our company, confirming the professionalism and friendship that connects us with Nilpeter, ever since the installation of our first press, the workhorse Nilpeter FB-3300,” he continues.

AM Etichette is an Italian family-owned business based in Palermo, Sicily. The company was founded in 2000 and specializes in the production of self-adhesive labels and shrink sleeves. AM Etichette has always chosen the best and most innovative presses on the market, out of respect for the quality of their products.

“For that reason, and for more than 20 years now, we have chosen only Nilpeter. Their presses are always on the forefront of the industry, reliable over time, never losing printing quality. We see that in our new FA-17 too, a combination of technology and speed. It really is the press of the modern operator,” Mussumarra concludes.

Lower Cost Per Label
Built around the modern print operator, with an intuitive user interface and fully mobile print controls, the Nilpeter FA-Line provides a maximum level of stability, the tightest register tolerance, and excellent printing results on multiple substrates: All normal self-adhesive materials, including flexible packaging films, polymer films, metallic films, and paper.

The FA features Nilpeter’s lightweight, easy-load sleeves for reduced setup times, easy handling, increased production speeds, higher printing quality, and impressive durability, not to mention a lower cost per label.

FlexoPrint Becomes The First Danish Printer To Install An FA-26
FlexoPrint A/S in Randers, a part of Optimum Group, recently became the first Danish printer to install the new Nilpeter FA-26.
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FlexoPrint chose the FA-26 after months of comprehensive research, production job tests, and calculations. In the following interview with Inkish TV, FlexoPrint CEO Lars Ole Nauta describes his thoughts behind the company's latest investment.

Investment Decision
“We identified a lot of customer products that could be run better and more efficiently on the FA-26,” Lars Ole Nauta, CEO of FlexoPrint, begins.

“In addition to that, we see a gap in the market between the big foil printers and the narrow-web business. The foil printers usually have very long lead times, where we in the label business are used to very, very short lead times. So if we can combine our label world into the foil world, perhaps there’s a market there,”
he continues. 

“That was one of the reasons why we decided to make this investment and take this chance of investing in the Nilpeter FA-26,” 
Nauta concludes.

FlexoPrint & The Optimum Group
Optimum Group is a versatile group of specialized printing companies that collectively offer a total package of self-adhesive labels and flexible packaging solutions. Optimum Group’s 12 member companies from Holland, Belgium, Denmark, and Germany specialise in UV-Flexo rotary printing and digital printed matter for customers in the Food, Retail, Cosmetics, Pharma, Home & Personal Care, Logistics, and the Chemical industry. 

With the Optimum Green Portfolio, the group serves as a model in the field of sustainability, developing sustainable packaging and labelling solutions through a structured and environmentally friendly approach. Optimum Group’s combined expertise in design and development, the supply chain, management, and efficient processing in the production environment, ensures optimum service for their customers.

The Right Choice For Us
“We have followed the development of the FA-26 over the last few years, and it’s just like we want it. It’s very lean. It’s very simple,” says Nauta. “Efficiency in pricing and competitiveness is very important for FlexoPrint, and also for the Optimum Group, when we purchase machines. It’s not something we take lightly. Actually, I’ve always said buying hardware is one of the most difficult jobs as a CEO. It will follow you for many years. So we did a thorough investigation, months and months of calculating, and thinking about which way to go. At the end of the day, we thought that the FA-26 was the right choice for us.”

Value-Added Short Run Flexible Packaging
The FA-26 is the latest and widest flexo press Nilpeter has ever developed. Designed for value-added short run flexible packaging and labels, all inline, and fully sleeve-based, both for anilox and plate rollers. 

The FA-26 robust unit construction, compact footprint, and landscape design ensure optimum register and consistent high printing quality at all speeds. Designed to print with water-based and solvent inks, with UV, LED, and E-beam processes – in any combination, the FA-26 is a game-changer in short and long run flexible packaging printing. From pouches and sachets, to wrap-arounds, shrink sleeves, labels, and more.

A Part Of Us In The Future
“Of course, I know Nilpeter as a Danish company. But I have to say that we have three competitor machines, and at that time we didn’t think the FA was ready. If we had seen the press now, looking back, we would definitely have chosen Nilpeter. So we think Nilpeter will be a part of us in the future. Also regarding narrower flexo presses,” Nauta adds.

Productivity and ROI
“It is a bit early to look at ROI, but we can see that the speed is basically what we have calculated with. We still have to work a bit on the changeover times, get comfortable, and speed things up. But when we get that right, and we can put our old flexo spirit into our new presses, it will definitely be a good investment,” Lars Ole Nauta concludes.

The Right Mindset
"We are proud to install the first FA-26 in Denmark. FlexoPrint has the right mindset to get the most out of this new printing technology. The company has a strong focus on creating bottom line value through high printing quality and production efficiency, and before deciding to purchase the press, FlexoPrint actually ran their own production jobs on the press in order to calculate ROI and justify the new investment," says Jesper Jørgensen, Global Sales Manager, Nilpeter A/S.

About FlexoPrint
FlexoPrint is one of the leading manufacturers of self-adhesive labels in Scandinavia within fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) and logistics. The company is headquartered in Randers, Denmark, and their customer base primarily consists of food and beverage manufacturers, major retail chains, and label distributors.

Bailprint Labels Modernizes With A New Nilpeter FA-17
Striving to “perfect the art of self-adhesive label printing,” Bailprint Labels Ltd. from Chorley, just north of Manchester, England, has added a new Nilpeter FA-17.
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Striving to “perfect the art of self-adhesive label printing,” Bailprint Labels Ltd. from Chorley, just north of Manchester, England, has added a new Nilpeter FA-17, the company’s third from the Danish printing press manufacturer. Wanting to add a more modern and faster press with higher automation and less waste, the choice was clear - the new FA had everything they were looking for.

Ahead Of The Competition
Bailprint is driven by a strong desire to look after their customers, stay ahead of the competition by investing in new technology, and always finding ways to say “yes”. As a result, Bailprint delivers the best quality self-adhesive labels on any paper, film, laminate or board, with full in-house design capabilities, not to mention friendly, honest, and reliable service.

The New FA-17 Ticks All The Boxes
“This is our third Nilpeter press, and we’ve built a good partnership with Nilpeter UK, Nick Hughes, and the team. We’ve been very happy with our previous equipment, but wanted to modernize, increase speeds and efficiency, and lower our waste output. The new FA-17 does all those things,” says John Hayward, Managing Director, Bailprint Labels Ltd.

“The press was installed just last month, and while still early, we’re very pleased with the results. Our operators are getting accustomed to the new equipment, which is very easy to use, and the labels look great,” he continues.

Excellent Printing Results On Multiple Substrates
Built around the modern print operator, with an intuitive user interface and fully mobile print controls, the Nilpeter FA-Line provides a maximum level of stability, the tightest register tolerance, and excellent printing results on multiple substrates: All normal self-adhesive materials, including flexible packaging films, polymer films, metallic films, and paper.

The FA features Nilpeter’s lightweight, easy-load sleeves for reduced setup times, easy handling, increased production speeds, higher print quality, and impressive durability, not to mention a lower cost per label.

Positive Results On The Bottom Line
“John and the Bailprint team are a pleasure to work with, and we’re grateful we get to continue the partnership we’ve built over the years. With the new FA they’ll be able to meet even more customer demands, while seeing positive results on the bottom line. Credit to the Nilpeter UK and Bailprint teams for a smooth installation process during difficult times,” says Nick Hughes, Managing Director, Nilpeter Ltd.





Rifa Etichette Installs Game Changer Nilpeter FA-17
Rifa Etichette of Vicenza, Italy, has installed a new Nilpeter FA-17. The Italian converter calls it a game changer. Rifa serves a variety of high-end label markets from wine and olive oil to cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, chemistry, and food.
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“We are very pleased with our new Nilpeter press! The best solution for each graphic project is only possible with technology that is up to par, and the new FA-17 exceeds our expectations every day,” says Rinaldo Fanchin, CEO, Rifa Etichette s.r.l. ”It is extremely easy to operate, so my printers are happy, and the quality is second-to-none. This will no doubt help us provide customized, precise, and flawless products to our customers,” he concludes.

Pleased with the Stability and the Quality of Nilpeter’s Machines
“The new Nilpeter FA-17 will join our 10 other production lines. For this new investment we have chosen Nilpeter, as we did in 2019 with the purchase of an MO-4. We are very pleased with the stability and the quality of Nilpeter’s presses, and with the excellent technical support provided by Nilpeter Italia,“ says Alessio Fanchin, Product Manager for Rifa Etichette s.r.l.

“Despite all of the challenges presented by COVID-19, we have conducted both remote and in-person meetings, tests, and training, of course adhering to all public health guidelines,” says Angelo Tribocco, Sales Manager, Nilpeter SRL. “Installation was a success and I’m delighted to continue our partnership with Rifa, helping them produce the most beautiful, high quality labels,” he continues.

“After having seen so many new presses launched by Nilpeter in my 36-year career, I’m inclined to say the new FA provides the most exciting experience - even our engineers love to install it, kind of a “plug, play & fly” solution. Printers and owners smile from ear to ear after the first weeks of production,” Tribocco concludes.

The Most Versatile Flexo Press on the Market
The 8-colour FA-17 installed in Italy includes Quick-Change Die-Cutting, Cross-Over Unit for Multi-Layer Label Capabilities, Cold Foil, De-/Re-Lamination, UV-Lamination, and more.

Designed to accommodate the printer’s ever-growing needs, Nilpeter’s FA-Line is built around the modern printing operator, with an intuitive user-interface, and fully mobile print controls. A benchmark of flexibility and modularity, the FA-Line allows printers to enhance the performance of their press with Value-Adding Units, Application, and Automation Packages, according to needs and budget.

Rifa Etichette
Rifa Etichette situated north of Vicenza, Italy, has created and manufactured self-adhesive labels since 1972, gaining the trust of customers by always offering the highest quality, latest generation technology, and quick, cost-efficient service.

At Rifa, the label of a product is its dress, its image, its character. And the image of a product, today, in an increasing global market is fundamental for its visibility. The label is the first communication to the end customer. Aware of this importance, Rifa’s mission has always been to be at the customer's side, thinking and proposing the best solution to their requirements, responding promptly to requests and expectations with a customized, precise, and flawless product.

Longtime Nilpeter Partner LUX Global Label Invests in New FA-17
Longtime Nilpeter partner, LUX Global Label of Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania, USA, has invested in a new FA-17 flexo press to increase operator efficiency and test the limits in bringing new cutting-edge products to the market.
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LUX Global Label’s new FA-17 was installed in October 2020. The 10-colour flexo press features a new vertical auto-locking mechanism which secures stability throughout the printing process, web-driven impression rollers with a special anti-slip surface treatment, and the new generation CLEANINKING system, which offers consistent density performance at all speeds.

Ambitions Center Around Two Key Areas
”Our ambitions with the new press center around two key areas – operator efficiency and product development,” says Leslie Gurland, Executive Vice President Global Sales and Marketing, LUX Global Label.

”First, the press enables us to increase speeds and cut waste levels, which will allow us to improve lead times and remain cost-competitive in the marketplace. Second, this installation is a sign of our continued commitment to testing the limits and bringing new cutting-edge products to the market,”
she continues.

”We have partnered with a company that developed a micro motion 3D-effect technology that requires ultra-precise printing and perfect registration. This can only be produced with the newest FA. The product has far-reaching possibilities both as a unique security feature for the healthcare industry, and as a visual showstopper for personal care products,”
she concludes.

Nilpeter FA-Line
The FA-Line is the most versatile flexo press on the market – designed to accommodate the printer’s ever-growing needs, and built around the modern print operator, with an intuitive user interface and fully mobile print controls. The FA allows printers to enhance the performance of their press with Value-Adding Units, Application and Automation Packages. All main components are produced in-house, meaning higher production quality and control. Nilpeter’s LEAN production flow and uniform facilities in Denmark and the US assure delivery worldwide.

Success in Challenging Times
In the midst of a global pandemic, LUX Global Label has found success thanks to an uptick in business, incredibly dedicated employees, and many virtual sessions.

”It is important for me to acknowledge all of the incredible employees of LUX who are considered essential workers, producing labels for much needed drugs, over the counter products, and hand sanitizers. They have come to work day in and day out and gotten their job done with a positive attitude. Luckily most of our customers have seen business grow during COVID, as have we, which has of course been a positive in these very challenging times. We have had to pivot and support our customers without in-person visits, through virtual sessions, meetings and press proofs, and only being onsite for mission critical projects.”
says Leslie Gurland.

A Credit to LUX & Nilpeter
“I am proud of a call which we received recently from an industry veteran – a credit both to us at LUX, and to our Nilpeter combination presses. The person was producing labels that were very similar to ones that LUX had produced in the past, and his customer wanted to achieve the same look as our labels. Unfortunately his presses were straight flexo and he could not succeed in matching the look we achieved.”

”The label we produced used a white pearl gravure ink which gave a natural shimmer versus a grainy look. The purple vignette was produced in offset so it visually feathers into the white, where flexo printing would create a hard line. It was a huge compliment when this man, who has worked for some of the biggest and best label companies, said “Your label is beautiful – I don’t know anyone in the United States that can match this,"" Leslie Gurland adds.

About LUX Global Label
LUX Global Label is a leading global provider of advanced and highly customized label solutions using proprietary technologies for a variety of Consumer Packaged Goods markets. LUX has 9 Nilpeter FA-Line and MO-Line presses, primarily used to produce pressure sensitive labels, shrink sleeves and flexible packaging for over the counter personal care and pharmaceutical products, as well as some labels for the food market. The Nilpeter offset presses produce best in class personal care labels by combining gravure, offset, silkscreen, and flexo.



MP+H Packaging Expands Capacity With A New FA-22
MP+H Packaging, large supplier to the pharmaceutical, medical, and healthcare industries, has acquired a state-of-the art Nilpeter FA-22 to expand capacity and to keep up with the demand brought about by COVID-19 in the wide medical industry.
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The Best Combination of Cost Effectiveness and Flexibility
Manchester-based MP+H Packaging supplies and manufactures printed flexible packaging and labels, including sachets, pouches, flow wrap, top, and base web constructions for the pharmaceutical, medical, nutraceutical, veterinary, healthcare, and health & beauty sectors. Accredited BRC grade AA High Risk in packaging and packaging materials, MP+H offers experience and technical expertise within a tight team framework, which ensures that customers receive the best combination of cost, service, and flexibility, in conjunction with competitive lead times.

A Great Fit
The new FA-22 is a great fit, and compliments the existing press portfolio at MP+H Packaging. While providing additional web width, it allows more flexibility with product sizing and increasing numbers printed across the web. The press further enhances MP+H’s high-quality production for print, register, and colour control, and this will be further complimented by 100% in-line pharmaceutical inspection systems, including colour control software.

Marc Bradley, Managing Director, MP+H Packaging said
“As a business, our focus is high-grade pharma and medical work, and this new Nilpeter press will go a long way to help us keep up with the demand brought about by COVID-19 in the wide medical industry.”

”The addition of our latest Nilpeter press ensures that we, as a company, further continue to support our business sectors with the very latest printing technology available. The new web width takes us into new packaging formats and complements our existing and future customer base, in their growth patterns, into wide and fast packaging machines and formats.”

”The press gives us further optimisation to our current Nilpeter lines in ‘pure’ efficiency. It was a completely different way to buy a press in the current climate (Zoom meetings and sign off with an installation Factory Acceptance Test), but we had every confidence in the delivery of our requests for this Capital Expenditure.”

Nick Hughes, Managing Director, Nilpeter Ltd. said
“Thanks to our mutual cooperation, the press was installed, and up and running in less than a week despite COVID-19 restrictions. It was a great effort by all parties involved.”

Photo caption: MP+H Packaging has acquired a state-of-the-art Nilpeter FA-22. Marc Bradley, left, and Darren Kaye of MP+H Packaging.

Zoom-Based Demo & Training Session with UPM Raflatac
In January 2021, Nilpeter conducted a Zoom-based demo and training session for 42 employees of the global label manufacturer UPM Raflatac, the latest result of a close, mutually beneficial relationship between the two market-leading companies.
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Set up by UPM Raflatac Technical Support Manager, Michael Drasch, and Nilpeter Area Sales Manager, Dan Wissing, the joint session covered Nilpeter’s portfolio in great details, focusing on everything from substrate capabilities to special equipment.

An Opportunity To Display Our Solutions
“COVID-19 has no doubt put strain on our flexibility when arranging demonstrations and training sessions for our customers and business partners, but since March 2020, we have been conducting a lot of online demos,” says Dan Wissing.

“We were contacted by Michael Drasch, who asked if we could arrange an online training session for his team, with the purpose of going through narrow-web offset, flexo, and digital printing technologies, and in-depth details about value-adding printing methods. The session had several participants from different locations across Europe, and although UPM’s technicians and employees were not able to get their hands on the equipment, the online demonstrations still gave us the opportunity to show our solutions to the technical team, building their skills to support our common customers as best as they can,” he continues.

“The coordination, planning, and training was a great success, and we look forward to more sessions in the future,” he concludes.

New Insight Into The Technological Opportunities
“This virtual training session organized together with Nilpeter, gave us at UPM Raflatac a new insight into the technological opportunities in printing and converting. There is a true value in the collaboration that we have built together with Dan Wissing on sharing knowledge of choosing the correct self-adhesive label material, and optimum printing, and converting,” says Michael Drasch, UPM Raflatac Technical Support Manager


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