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Logo Label Printing adds a Jetrion 4830

December 10, 2013

The all-digital printer recently added the five-color, 8.5" inkjet press to its equipment lineup.

Logo Label Printing, an all-digital label printer in Durham, NC, USA, has added a Jetrion 4830 to its printing equipment portfolio. According to the company, the new Jetrion will allow Logo Label Printing to be more price competitive with traditional printing companies.

"We will be able to provide volume printing without the added costs of plates, set-up, and pre-press charges, for a wide assortment of substrates including foil and clear labels, quickly and efficiently," says David Grossman, COO of Logo Label Printing.

The new Jetrion is a five-color, 8.5" wide inkjet printer that offers variable data printing, UL-certified durability of printed labels, a variety of label substrates and bright, opaque white ink. Grossman adds that it will increase the company's run length capabilities to approximately 40,000 labels.

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