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Luminer purchases Aquaflex ELS press

January 18, 2011

The converter sought a new press that could be customized to run specialty applications.

Luminer Converting Group of Lakewood, NJ, USA, has purchased an Aquaflex ELS 13” 9-color servo printing press from Paper Converting Machine Company of Green Bay, WI, USA, which acquired the Aquaflex line in 2009.

“We needed to purchase a press that not only gave us superior printing and registration capabilities, but also a press that we could customize to allow us the ability to run a variety of different applications,” says John Borrelli, partner and general manager of Luminer Converting. “We were able to get everything we required by working with the PCMC staff on configuring the ELS press for all our needs.”

Tim Fox, regional sales manager for Aquaflex, says, “Customers such as Luminer Converting are excellent relationships for PCMC-Aquaflex as they recognize our technology and engineering capability are assets to grow their businesses. Both PCMC-Aquaflex and Luminer are aligned together for long-term success and growth.

“The Aquaflex ELS affords label converters the ultimate ROI value and maximum performance needed in today’s competitive narrow web label and flexible packaging market,” adds Fox. “With high productive capabilities, the ELS has become known to provide excellent reliability over time, delivering outstanding print quality by holding extremely tight print registration and superior dot reproduction.”




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