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Gidue installs another flexo press in Indonesia



Published June 17, 2014
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After its first successful installation in Jakarta, Nuova Gidue has announced that a new Gidue M1 printing machine has been installed to the Indonesian converter Mutitech.

Based in Lippo Karawachi, PT, Multitech is a leading company in the Indonesian labels market. The company, which specializes in the printing of packaging, labels and stationery, was founded in late 2003 by Bony Jamono, who has been the first who started to work with a letterpress machine. After less then 10 years of profitable work , Multitech decided to move to a new and bigger building, that actually occupies an area of more than 20000 square meters, and in early 2014 the company finally decided to purchase its first flexo machine manufactured by Gidue.

The Combat M1 press purchased by Multitech has been installed with a configuration of 370 mm width, 9 flexographic print units, 9 UV lamps, snowball, combo laminator and cold foil.

"We decided to invest in Gidue because it manufactures simple machines, with better technology and easy set up. The machine is able to run very fast while stripping the waste and has no compromise in quality,” says Jamono.

The successful purchase of Gidue M1 printing machine to Multitech has reached such a high level of interest through the label and packaging media, the company says, that the legal representative of both companies, Federico d’Annunzio and Bony Jamone, have been invited to present their experience in front of hundreds of converters during the next Label Summit Indonesia, which will be held in Jakarta at the Balai Kartini, June 18-19.

“The possibility to share our successful experience in front of so many converters and experts of the industry is the best confirmation that the market is more and more ready for our technology and overall that our product perfectly meets customer’s needs,” concludes Federico d’Annunzio, president of Nuova Gidue.


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