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Gidue to install two flexo presses in the US

December 16, 2013

The Gidue M5 430 and 630 will be installed in Alabama and Utah, respectively.

Nuova Gidue S.r.l. has announced the sale of two flexographic printing presses to be installed in the United States in early 2014.

Diversified Label Images of Birmingham, AL has purchased the Gidue M5 430 (17”) with eight color stations and diecutting. Traco Manufacturing, Inc. of Orem, UT has purchased the Gidue M5 630 (25”) with nine color stations and diecutting. Both of these machines are multi-substrate capable and also feature the patented Gidue Flower print deck design. Both presses were ordered with Gidue’s latest Digital Flexo technology, which fully automates the printing and diecutting processes.  

“This technology is new to North America and fits perfectly with our Lean Manufacturing culture here” says Mat Jones, president of Gidue USA, LLC. “It will take time, effort and education for the advantages of Digital Flexo to become well known here in the US, but the advantages are considerable and that is simply impossible to keep a secret” Jones went on to say.

“We enthusiastically welcome Diversified and Traco into the Gidue family,” says Maurizio Trecate, Gidue’s vice president of sales.  “Gidue is committed to the US. We eagerly await the inevitable comparisons to our competition there, and we hope the whole of North America will be watching as we continue to lead the industry with customer focused innovation."

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