With a product portfolio spanning the packaging, label and commercial print segments, Heidelberg has joined the list of exhibitors for the debut edition of PRINTING United. The event's overarching theme of convergence will align Heidelberg's diverse product offerings with attendees.
Replacing an older Heidelberg press, the new Speedmaster CX 75-5+L gives McCarty Printing the ability to market new applications to its customers and increase volume in its print shop.
With its strong, steady growth, K-1 Packaging is addressing its valued customers’ needs with additional new press technology in the form of a second Koenig & Bauer eight-color Rapida 105 press, which will sit side-by-side with an existing eight-color, 41˝ Rapida 105 press.
AMS Spectral UV has announced Platinum Sponsorship of the event, which is taking place March 27-29 in Las Vegas. The company has confirmed it will unveil new LED-UV curing technology products at the event.
The full-service printer, which specializes in commercial catalogs, annuals, workbooks and folding cartons, will install a six-color, 41˝ Koenig & Bauer Rapida 105 UV press to increase efficiency and productivity and grow its folding carton business.
John Roberts, a Minneapolis-based commercial printing, packaging and marketing services provider, recently signed the first Heidelberg Subscription contract in the United States.
Seeking an expansion into additional packaging segments, the company formerly known as All American Label has purchased three new Heidelberg machines, including a press, diecutter and platesetter. With the new equipment, the company has changed its name to All American Label and Packaging.
Paperboard packaging specialist Wausau Container will be adding a new 41˝ Koenig & Bauer Rapida 105 PRO sheetfed press this coming fall. The press will be Wausau Container's first from Koenig & Bauer and will be its first sheetfed press of this size.
Eye-catching offset printing, tactile embellishments and the addition of a smokey scent helped Hub Folding Box earn Best of Show in the 32nd annual packagePRINTING Excellence Awards for this folding carton, produced for Crown Royal's Texas Mesquite Canadian whisky.
Koenig & Bauer is strengthening its position and focus to target the globally increasing demand for all types of offset printed labels. As part of this refocus, Koenig & Bauer's research and development team is working to produce critical press features for this growing market.
Accurate Box, a Paterson, N.J.-based printer of high-graphic corrugated boxes, is adding a new seven-color, 64˝ Koenig & Bauer Rapida 164 press, increasing the company's capacity and speeds. The press will operate alongside two seven-color, 64˝ Koenig & Bauer Rapida 162 sheetfed presses.
With the foodservice packaging market growing at a very rapid pace, Southern Champion Tray made the decision to add a seven-color, 41˝ Koenig & Bauer Rapida 106 press to its facility in Mansfield, Texas.
Komori America completed the installation of a six color Lithrone GX40 at Nosco, a full-service packaging solutions provider serving a variety of industries.
Connecticut-based Curtis Packaging is in the process of installing a new, customized 10-color, 41˝Koenig & Bauer Rapida 106 double coater in its 150,000-sq.-ft. facility. The new press will join two current 51˝ Koenig & Bauer Rapida 130 large-format presses.
Packaging markets are changing and offset lithography is changing in step with them. Thanks to a steady progression of R&D-driven advancements, the process is as versatile as ever and playing an important role in label and packaging applications.
All American Label recently installed a combination offset and flexo press, the Nilpeter MO-4. Self-described as a one-stop-shop for customers, CEO Brad C. Brown says the MO-4 is ideal for the flexibility his company needs.
Two major web offset press suppliers have announced their intent to combine their complementary businesses. Goss International and manroland web systems are expected to complete a merger of their printing press businesses by mid-2018.
All American Label, a label printer with facilities in Dublin, Calif., and Memphis, Tenn., has added a new Nilpeter MO-4 offset press and plans to install a second by December. The addition of the MO-4 will assist the company in serving the wine and spirit markets.
If you’re using late-model flexo or offset equipment to produce packaging and labels, give yourself some extra points for being cutting-edge. Thanks to automation and other technical advances, the conventional processes have never looked or performed better.
Oak Printing, a printer of paper labels, has purchased an eight-color, 41˝ Koenig & Bauer Rapida 105 PRO. The company was drawn toward the automated capabilities of the press and its ability to handle a variety of substrates.