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Kingfisher Labels adds fourth Edale press

January 22, 2014

The UK converter's new FL-1 is a compact flexo press, capable of converting a wide variety of labels.

The UK's Kingfisher Labels has recently purchased another Edale flexo press for their production facility based in Yate, North Bristol. This most recent addition of an FL-1 flexographic press brings Kingfisher's total number of Edale machines up to four, with its first coming in 2001.

The FL-1 is Edale’s compact flexo press, capable of converting a wide variety of labels and ticketing substrates. Boasting a short web path it has a compact design of 2.5m2 , offers quick job change through ease of access and is available with an extensive range of options.

Martin Jackson, director of Kingfisher Labels, say, “The new flexographic press compliments the site's other existing Edale press including the first FL-1 multi machine produced. The additional capacity will allow the site to produce a greater volume and range of products, it will also help strengthen the quality and service levels we deliver to our customer."

Louise Bailey, Edale’s account manager, adds, “I am thrilled that Kingfisher Labels has chosen another Edale press for their production facility, they are a very valued customer and I look forward to continuing our longstanding relationship."

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