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Flexiket invests in new Xeikon 3300 label press

August 9, 2010

The Danish label converter now has three of the digital label presses.

Flexiket, a label printer in Risskov, Denmark, has expanded its production capabilities by acquiring a third Xeikon digital press, the Xeikon 3300. The new press joins two other Xeikon presses at the 40 year old company. The Xeikon 3300 uses dry toner electrophotographic-based imaging technology, allowing utilization of conventional substrates with no coating or pre-treatment needed.

“Our new Xeikon 3300 press gives us several distinct advantages, which translate directly into customer benefits,” says Bjarne Svensson, production manager at Flexiket. “The combination of 1200 dpi, 4-bit variable dot density imaging, extended gamut spot colors, and an automated quality control system, ensures absolutely consistent brand reproduction. We have worked with Xeikon presses for 10 years and are still impressed by the strengths of their technology, customer support and service. Therefore, we decided to reinvest in the Xeikon 3300 to handle our prime label business.”

Filip Weymans, business development manager, labels and packaging at Xeikon, says, “We have always striven to position our systems at the high end of the digital printing market, introducing technology and productivity innovations that provide true business-enhancing benefits for our customers. We are happy to see that Flexiket, one of our long-term customers, has again confirmed its trust in our company and our solutions.”

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