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Tadbik Pak adds new Drent-Goebel press

May 1, 2007

Tadbik Pak, of Teradion, Israel, is known for its shrink sleeves, in-mold labels and blow-mold labels. To meet growing demand, the company has installed a second Drent-Goebel offset-gravure combination press.

The new press prints on a 680mm web with six offset stations and three gravure stations, one at the beginning and two at the end, according to Micha Noah of Tadbik Pak. The offset stations feature special sleeves that allow quick changeover between 24" and 25" repeats. The gravure cylinders allow the company to add rich whites, metallic or pearlescent inks, and varnishes and matte finishes.

Tadbik Pak is a sister company to Logotech, a converter based in Fairfield, NJ, USA, which represents Tadbik in North America.
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