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Paarl Labels orders third MPS press with Rotocon

July 14, 2014

The EF multi-substrate eight-color UV flexo press ordered by Paarl Labels features MPS iControl technology.

Rotocon, a provider of consulting and service to South Africa label converters in the narrow web industry, has announced the receipt of an order from Paarl Labels for their third UV flexo MPS press. Paarl Labels is one of 12 specialized printing operations of the Paarl Media Group. As one of South Africa's most technologically advanced professional printing groups, Paarl Media services the country through its printing of all medium to long run requirements of magazines, retail inserts, catalogs, books, newspapers, commercial work, labels and educational materials.
 
The EF multi-substrate eight-color UV flexo press ordered by Paarl Labels features MPS iControl technology, a management and service operator/machine interface to minimize operator errors; a UV air-cooled curing system to cure at the highest possible production speeds without compromise to the finished product; a multi-laminating unit providing self-adhesive, UV, self-wound and cold-foil lamination; mark to mark registration system, and diecutting, all in-line.

Managing Director Luke Papadopoulos of Paarl Labels says, "Our two UV flexo MPS presses have proven extremely effective and Rotocon has provided reliable service and support. We are pleased to invest in a third high-quality MPS press line to drive innovation and further expand our capacity and ability to offer fast turnaround times of high quality self-adhesive labels."

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