Video: Meyers Adds Hybrid Technology With MPS EF SYMJET Powered By Domino
Domino has created a brand new video to highlight and illustrate how Meyers, a forward-thinking and progressive provider of labels, cards, signage and displays is utilizing technology and innovation to deliver more value to their customers while allowing those brand owners to differentiate from their competitors.
Meyers, a Minneapolis-based $60M company operating out of a 250,000-square foot facility, invested in the ‘MPS EF SYMJET powered by Domino,’ a new flexo/digital hybrid label press that allows Meyers to deliver a much larger variety of premium print treatments at lower costs to their customers. Meyers works with some of the biggest brands in the world, and they are excited to bring this hybrid solution to them.
According to Eric Pohl, VP of sales at Meyers, "This press is exciting to our customers because they can finally get what they have wanted all along ... because they are allowing themselves to differentiate from their competition using cold foils, hot foils, spot colors, screen inks and the digital unit to be able to handle the proliferation of SKUs that they have."
One look at this press and it is obvious that Meyers took the approach to not only meet their customers’ needs, but to exceed their expectations.
"We had the press configured for maximum flexibility," describes Dave McConnon, VP of manufacturing. At the front end of the press we have two flexo stations to be able to print white on film if we are using an underlying color. We chose the seven-color Domino unit with white to be able to have extended gamut printing. After the Domino unit, we configured with two additional flexo units so that we could print multiple varnishes or additional spot colors. We have a delam/relam unit so that we can print on the adhesive. We have a turn bar for backside printing. We have a cold foil unit that we can configure into any one of the flexo stations. And we configured the press with Kocher + Beck’s quick-change die unit so that we can quickly change between one die shape and another."
Kees Nijenhuis, VP of MPS articulates the simplicity of this highly-functional piece of equipment. "This hybrid press is a future-proof press and it combines flexo with converting and digital UV inkjet, all inline integrated in one machine."
The level of enthusiasm for this brand new hybrid label press soars through the roof and it is contagious.
Gregg Temple, president of the Label and Card group at Meyers beams with excitement. "This is going to be really fun to put this in front of the customers, and see their reaction when they see what they can do now that they couldn’t do before ... to be able to go roll in on one end, finished goods out the other end, and have features on there that you could not do conventionally right now.”
Meyers understands that utilizing technology as a vehicle for continuing to grow their business and differentiate from their competition is fundamental to the success they enjoy.
“The reason customers come to us to solve problems is that Meyers has a long history of doing things that others can’t do, or won’t do. Our hybrid makes the impossible...possible,” says Matt Evers, VP of quality and continuous improvement.
By all accounts, it seems like Meyers is on the right path.
“The first week that the machine was functional, we closed two new lines of label business that had been teed up to test on there as soon as we could run the machine. This new solution really ties into our brand promise which is through collaboration and excellence you create possibilities. So we are really excited about the idea of bringing new things to our existing customers and opening up new doors with new customers,” concludes Temple.
View the video that highlights Meyers' MPS EF SYMJET powered by Domino hybrid label press below:
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