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    [summary] => S-OneLP EMEA will present a growing list of products for digital printing of customized labels and flexible packaging.
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    [body] => S-One Labels & Packaging has announced its expansion into the EMEA region. Effective immediately, all orders that were processed through BMG Media Source will now be handled by S-OneLP.

In addition to offering products like Michelman’s DigiPrime and DigiGuard in select countries, S-OneLP EMEA will present a growing list of products for digital printing of customized labels and flexible packaging, including over-print varnishes, coatings, additives and films to the entire EMEA region.

As with the S-OneLP business in the Americas, S-OneLP EMEA will pair relevant products with dedicated service, technical know-how and integrated solutions with a highly experienced team based in the region.

An immediate benefit in logistics is that the company is moving from the BMG media warehouse in from Saint Witz, France to Nijmegen, the Netherlands. This will drastically shorten lead times and improve service. This new warehouse also enables -S-OneLP to carry other chemistries besides water-based products.

This expansion is designed to respond to the ever-increasing demand for new label solutions and for digital printers to integrate into providing customized and shorter runs of flexible packaging to their brand customers.

“S-OneLP’s mission is to understand our label and packaging converters' applications, bring them critical information, and provide optimal product solutions to help them serve their brand owners,” says Ralph Giammarco, S-OneLP’s global vice president. “This expansion into the EMEA market will allow us to work with our customers to shorten time to market and to create innovative label and packaging solutions for important areas like durable labels, security, sustainable solutions and flexible packaging.” [views] => 0 [published] => 1 [status] => 3 [priority] => 0 [publish_date] => 2018-11-05 08:21:00 [updated_at] => 2018-11-05 08:25:40 [last_updated_author] => 182417 [uploaded_by] => 182417 [user_role_id] => 0 [custom_fields] => [] [custom_fields_old] => [splitcontent] => 1 [content_url] => [related_content_ids] => ["283146","298526","298714","299926","281793","299958","282694","288072","280653","300176","287362","281701","296050","292109","301475","296455","289547","297737","293044","283129"] [is_show_company_name] => [created_at] => 2019-04-09 04:36:23 [contentType] => ContentType Object ( [className] => ContentType [content] => Array ( ) [taxonomy] => Array ( ) [listURL] => [logoUrl] => https: [id] => 2487 [pageNumber] => [offset] => [totalPages] => [last_query] => [last_sql] => [show_errors] => 1 [databaseServer] => Array ( [key] => master [host] => 172.24.16.232 [user] => rodpub_beta [pass] => MvQQzhse92k58yA [db] => rodpub_beta ) [tableName] => content_types [tag] => breaking_news [short_tag] => breaking_news [class_name] => [display_view] => [list_view] => [slug] => breaking-news [box_view] => [ignore_flag] => 0 [image_id] => 0 [layout_id] => 0 [formattedTag] => Breaking News ) [viewURL] => /contents/view_breaking-news/2018-11-05/s-one-labels-packaging-expands-into-emea/ [relatedArticles] => Array ( [0] => Content Object ( [className] => Content [contentLinks] => Array ( ) [belongsTo] => [contentIssue] => [id] => 280653 [pageNumber] => [offset] => [totalPages] => [last_query] => [last_sql] => [show_errors] => 1 [databaseServer] => Array ( [key] => master [host] => 172.24.16.232 [user] => rodpub_beta [pass] => MvQQzhse92k58yA [db] => rodpub_beta ) [tableName] => contents [content_type_id] => 2487 [resource_id] => 0 [author_id] => 0 [primary_issue_slug] => [author_name] => {"name":"","title":""} [magazine_id] => 11 [layout_id] => 0 [primary_image] => 0 [primary_image_old] => [slider_image_id] => [banner_image] => 0 [title] => S-OneLP partners with Kustom Group to offer specialized coatings [short_title] => [summary] => The two companies will also jointly create proprietary coatings individually customized. [slug] => s-onelp-partners-with-kustom-group-to-offer-specialized-coatings [body] => S-One Labels & Packaging has announced a new partnership with Kustom Group to introduce a wide variety of overprint varnishes and coatings designed for both flexo and digitally printed label and packaging markets.

Under the Kustom Koatings brand, S-OneLP will offer standard coatings, such as gloss or matte, and specialty coatings using sand, glitter and many more. The two companies will also jointly create proprietary coatings individually customized and developed under the new co-branded KustomLP product line.

“Utilizing the exceptional products developed by Kustom Group and S-One’s Utopia Digital Technologies’ development lab creates a powerful partnership that is sure to disrupt our industry with all of the new possibilities in coatings and over-print varnishes,” says Ralph Giammarco, Vice President of S-One Labels & Packaging. “And we’re going to bring these customized products to our customers with shorter lead times than they’ve had access to in the past.”

This new partnership will not only allow PSPs to receive products more quickly, but will offer the opportunity to create one-of-a-kind UV-based coatings that perform special functions, such as greater adhesion, more or less gloss levels, light or gritty sand, hieroglyphics effects, scratch-and-sniff or whatever finish a customer’s designer can dream up.

“We have been selling our products through various channels in the past with great success but are looking forward to a more direct approach with a service expert like S-OneLP,” says Michael Gerkin, Jr.; Kustom Group President & COO.  “Having a partner eliminating barriers and creating exposure in the expanding digital, labels and packaging markets is very exciting and a huge advantage to print producers.”

The S-OneLP/Kustom Group partnership adds to the growing list of partnerships for S-OneLP, the direct source for primers, over-print varnishes, pre-laminated films, thermal laminates and customized coatings for HP Indigo press owners.


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Rigoli will be demonstrating the printer and showcasing customized packaging at the upcoming IPACK-IMA 2018, which will take place between May 29 and June 1, 2018, in Milan, Italy.

The MVZ provides great flexibility. With its small footprint, this package-printing solution can easily be placed inline with  finishing equipment. Because it utilizes Memjet printing technology, the printer is available at a low cost of entry. This means that users are able to realize a faster return on their investment based on increased productivity, lower inventory and reduced scrap costs.

"As brands bring an ever-increasing number of SKUs to market, packaging production has struggled to keep pace," says Kevin Shimamoto, chief marketing officer at Memjet. "All too often, package printing solutions lack the quality, flexibility and affordability needed to make on-demand, short-run and late-stage customized packaging a reality. The Rigoli MVZ product family marks a dramatic shift in that paradigm, making it faster, easier and cost-effective for companies of all sizes to make flexible packaging part of their operation."

The MVZ offers brands and converters the ability to produce variable packaging across a wide variety of applications, sizes and substrates. Packaging can be produced either off-line or inline to create customized solutions.

Zsolt Tarjanyi, managing director of Rigoli s.r.l, says, "As the packaging market addresses an increasing demand for varying branding, messaging, sizes and shapes, the MVZ delivers. It has the speed, image quality, reliability and affordability that users demand–and only Memjet technology can provide."

The Rigoli MVZ1000 can support media widths of up to 1,067 mm. The printer includes an industrial unwinder and rewinder that can accommodate jumbo rolls. The rewinding options are printed side up or printed side down, which improves efficiency. The MVZ printers can also be equipped with a buffering unit that allows them to be installed inline with other finishing equipment, including cutting and laminating systems, as well as filling equipment. This inline setup saves time and unnecessary steps in the production process.

The quality produced by the Rigoli MVZ printers is designed to rival that of offset. Powered by Memjet's single pass wide format technology, the solution produces 1600×1600 dpi printing resolution at 9 m/m speed, or 1600 x 800 dpi at 18 m/m. [views] => 0 [published] => 1 [status] => 3 [priority] => 0 [publish_date] => 2018-05-23 13:11:00 [updated_at] => 2018-05-23 13:24:10 [last_updated_author] => 142076 [uploaded_by] => 182417 [user_role_id] => 0 [custom_fields] => [] [custom_fields_old] => [splitcontent] => 1 [content_url] => [related_content_ids] => ["269827","279583","277506","279310","275117","276881","279527","278065","281579","270236","264943","272191","273376","280624","269166","268911","270577"] [is_show_company_name] => [created_at] => 2019-04-09 04:36:23 ) [2] => Content Object ( [className] => Content [contentLinks] => Array ( ) [belongsTo] => [contentIssue] => [id] => 281793 [pageNumber] => [offset] => [totalPages] => [last_query] => [last_sql] => [show_errors] => 1 [databaseServer] => Array ( [key] => master [host] => 172.24.16.232 [user] => rodpub_beta [pass] => MvQQzhse92k58yA [db] => rodpub_beta ) [tableName] => contents [content_type_id] => 2486 [resource_id] => 0 [author_id] => 0 [primary_issue_slug] => 2018-05 [author_name] => {"name":"Greg Hrinya","title":"Associate Editor"} [magazine_id] => 11 [layout_id] => 0 [primary_image] => 168081 [primary_image_old] => [slider_image_id] => 168084 [banner_image] => 0 [title] => ‘Unleashing Print’ with Dscoop [short_title] => ‘Unleashing Print’ with Dscoop [summary] => The 2018 event touched on the past, present and future of HP Indigo digital printing. [slug] => unleashing-print-with-dscoop [body] => Dscoop returned to the Americas this spring, as the HP users conference took over the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center from March 25-28, 2018. The event, which featured the theme “Unleashing Print,” welcomed print service providers who use HP Graphics Technology – including HP Indigo digital label presses and related solutions – along with creative designers, marketers and brand leaders.

Dscoop Dallas was the first of three global events for the users group this year, with the next edition scheduled for  Vienna, Austria, June 13-15. Dscoop also made its way to Seoul, South Korea, May 14-16.

The American edition of the event featured record attendance, including 237 participants from 18 different countries. Many of these visitors hailed from Latin America and the Caribbean.
The show featured a wide range of speakers, including Jeremy Gutsche, founder of TrendHunter.com, Dan Heath, a Senior Fellow at Duke University’s CASE center, Dana Arnett, founding partner and vice chairman of  VSA Partners, and as always, Alon Bar-Shany, vice president and general manager of the HP Indigo Division. Andrew Davis, a bestselling author and internationally acclaimed keynote speaker, served as the conference emcee.

Heath, who delivered the keynote presentation on the event’s opening day, explored how to create meaningful moments for print customers. “We live in the era of experience. Everywhere you look, there’s someone looking to make your experience better,” he said. “If you study great service experiences, they’re mostly forgettable and occasionally remarkable. Those remarkable, peak moments, don’t plan themselves, but we’re so busy fixing small problems that we ignore the potential peak moments that will make our customers overlook small flaws.”

When identifying peak moments, Heath used the now-iconic  “Share A Coke” campaign to illustrate a memorable idea that left a lasting impact. “I’m a 44-year-old man, and I still get a charge out of seeing my name ‘Dan’ on a soda label. That’s how you turn a transaction into a moment,” said, adding, “Print is the medium of memories.”

Davis, the conference’s emcee, also told attendees, “It’s not about what you print, it’s about how what you print makes them feel.”

Bar-Shany, during his March 27 presentation, detailed the digital print and packaging market while also providing a glimpse into the future. Dscoop 2017, which took place in Phoenix, AZ, marked the 40th anniversary of HP.  Bar-Shany utilized Dscoop Dallas this year to reflect on the 10-year anniversary since the stock market collapse in 2008. Not only did he provide valuable lessons learned along the way within the printing industry, he gave suggestions as to what might help avoid those same pitfalls going forward.

“What we’re trying to do is print different, which means breaking boundaries, unleashing print, opening up new business models,” said Bar-Shany. “We want to do things out-of-the-box – and I really love that concept – and I think that’s what this industry has done.”

HP originated in 1977, and it has been 25 years since the introduction of Indigo at IPEX in 1993. According to Bar-Shany, the launch of the HP Indigo S3 at drupa 2008 was a turning point for the brand. Brands and printers both began their transformation, which coincided with the 2008 recession.

“This is the time to think ahead and make the right decisions,” Bar-Shany stressed. “What drove Indigo was the impact of the recession. Fundamentally, it forced change. There was massive change because of what the global recession created. It forced people out of their comfort zones and forced them to make tough choices. People needed to understand you couldn’t just price marginally and use old equipment. You had to change your business model, and it changed not just with printers but with designers, marketers, brands, agencies and so forth.”

In the next 5-10 years, the printing industry will have to answer several important questions. For example, how does it compete with internet presences like Google and Facebook? There will need to be an answer to greater demands for immediacy, data and personalization.

Bar-Shany conceded that the future is somewhat harder to predict, as new, emerging technologies have changed the outlook. Product lifecycles are getting shorter, and consumer preferences have continued to change over time. Today, consumers are willing to pay more for experiences and memories, but also higher quality.

This will often be seen in the craft beer industry, which capitalizes on unique and intricate labels featuring eye-popping graphics, Bar-Shany said. There are over 3,000 craft breweries in the US, and craft sales have grown by 17% since 2013. Bar-Shany also emphasized that many label converters for craft beer brands use HP Indigo presses to capitalize on short runs and quick turnaround times.

“It’s amazing to see the innovations and experiences our customers can create,” said Bar-Shany. “We’re creating something you can hold, share, and we’re creating emotions.”

Dscoop will help with the future of digital print providers, he added. “Much of the future will be built around the trust we can create as a community,” he said. “And it’s not just between ourselves as brand owners and customers, but as a community with all the solution partners, media partners, and with brands and designers. This is a change. That is why Dscoop is so important, because it’s not something you can just do as a vendor. HP will try to drive the market and keep this passion for customers. The Dscoop customers drive us and tell us where to invest our R&D.”

In order to keep up with industry trends, HP has made significant investments in inkjet technology. The company is also relying on feedback from customers by requesting samples and case studies. HP is trying to change the perception around digital and the supply chain that digital printing can be a reliable solution for bigger brands, as well as those specializing in shorter runs.

General Sessions
Dscoop’s general sessions touched on a wide range of industry topics. S-One Labels & Packaging took a deep dive into the opportunities available for label converters in the flexible packaging space. Meanwhile, Michelman looked at how new coating and primer technology can optimize digital printing.

As part of a presentation on the hottest trends in print design, Sabine Lenz said, “Most designers have no idea what’s possible in print today. They’re surprised by what digital technology can do.”

She added that 71% of creatives are producing 10 times more work than five years ago. In addition, seven out of 10 designers report they are understaffed.

In the labels and packaging space, Lenz said the use of foil is one of the major trends. “Hot-foil stamping can provide a tactile experience,” she said. “The shine never falters. You have hundreds of foil choices, and the softer the paper the better.”

Thinking Tree Spirits embodied many of these trends in one of its newest spirits labels. The craft distillery based in Eugene, OR utilized the Hired Guns Creative design team to develop a unique label template. CCL printed the labels, which included hot stamping. The color matching and streamlined production achieved on the HP Indigo digital press highlighted the label, Lenz added.

Lenz stressed that interactive elements are one of the key trends now, and augmented reality could very well be a hot topic in the future.

Other presentations, such as those from S-One Labels & Packaging and Michelman, explained how supplies have been optimized for label converters. S-One Labels & Packaging examined the growing trend toward the world of flexible packaging. Among the highlights, the company emphasized the benefits for label converters, and how this thriving segment can grow a label printer’s operation.

S-One’s Ralph Giammarco defined flexible packaging as “probably the single fastest growing area in printing right now.” Label converters can capitalize on this opportunity, he added, because the technology, relationships and materials all exist to find success in this niche. There is a greater understanding of the flexible packaging process, and optimization is occurring at a fast rate,” he said.

Meanwhile, Michelman highlighted a wide range of products that are suitable to enhance digital printing output on HP Indigo digital presses. Michelman has developed a new primer, DigiPrime 022, a water-based primer, specifically for use with the HP Indigo 6900 digital label press. In addition, DigiGuard 222 and DigiGuard 901 also serve as reliable offerings. Other Michelman solutions include doctor blade chambers and various priming methods, as well as services like priming and milling.

Finding ‘Inkspiration’
Dscoop Dallas also highlighted its renowned Inkspiration Awards, where 16 honors were presented to 13 customers and designers in multiple categories, ranging from general commercial printing to labels and packaging. Nearly 200 entries from more than 75 HP customers and designers were submitted to the 2018 competition. Winning  works were produced on HP Indigo, PageWide Web Press, and Scitex print technology.

In the labels and packaging space, the following companies were recognized: Dscoop Community
In Dallas, Dscoop Community was launched, a new platform designed to connect creatives and marketers to the innovative printers, as well as a new website. The all-new online community experience was previewed during the event. Dscoop Community highlights print projects and applications, with the goal of providing as much information to all those in the value chain. Content includes production details, designers, partners and results.

“The new platform is designed to connect marketers, packaging designers, creatives, print users and the print providers who make those powerful ideas a reality,” explained Keith Wilmot, the newly-appointed Dscoop CEO. “We are creating a new world of print lovers and educating them on how to succeed with digital print.”

In addition, the platform provides real-time connection to printers around the world, the latest in live and digital education, tips and trends from industry leaders, and creative brainstorming.
Eticom adds HP Indigo 20000 and Pack Ready Lamination

Eticom of Mexico is installing an HP Indigo 20000 digital press and the HP Indigo Pack Ready Lamination solution to launch flexible packaging services to its customers with the  benefits of digital printing.

The announcement was made official during the conference in Dallas where Eticom was in attendance. Eticom is a provider of self-adhesive labels, including for the food, beverage and spirits markets. Eticom is using its digital brand, Digitallabel, to capture the opportunity for flexible digital packaging production that saves time, waste and costs.

“We see the market value and the service opportunity in the flexible packaging world, and we decided to acquire an HP Indigo 20000 that is undoubtedly the most efficient way to produce short, high-quality and immediate delivery demanded by the users of the packaging, which is of growing importance in Mexico,” said Martin Rodríguez, Digitallabel director.

Digitalabel will also operate the HP Indigo Pack Ready Laminator from Karville, the first in Mexico, for a “very agile, simple and safe way to laminate products,” Rodríguez explained.

Pack Ready Lamination for HP Indigo digital presses delivers high-quality, high-performance laminates without the use of adhesives in zero curing time for immediate pouch converting, opening new market opportunities for digitally printed flexible packaging. “Pack Ready Lamination is a solution for 40% of our applications,” Rodríguez  said. “It provides a cost-effective business model to deconstruct laminations and improve food safety compliance.”

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In addition to the DigiPrime and DigiGuard products from Michelman and the Levia products from Utopia Digital Technologies that were offered through LexJet, S-OneLP is bringing to Canada a full line of films and custom over-print varnishes for label and flexible packaging print service providers.

These essential products paired with unparalleled service, technical know-how and integrated solutions are provided by the S-OneLP team along with some of the best brands in the industry, such as Toray America, Protect-all and Kustom Koatings.

“We’ve been fortunate to have a number of loyal customers in Canada over the years,” says Ralph Giammarco, vice president of S-OneLP. “We’re definitely excited to bring greater depth of service and breadth of product solutions to our Canadian customers.

“In addition, the high growth in demand for organic products in Canada reflects an opportunity to collaborate with them to use our films and primers to expand their capabilities into the flexible packaging and durable label markets.”

Other technologies, such as advanced security and authentication products, will also be available to S-OneLP’s Canadian customers. With S-OneLP and VerifyMe, printers can offer brands new ways to protect their products with RainbowSecure security inks.

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Inland was recognized with 10 awards, including one Best of Category. Inland was awarded Best of Category in the "Digital Packaging" category for its flexible packaging piece for AriZona Beverage Co.’s Crazy Cowboy Teriyaki Jerky. This packaging featured matte coating, which resonates well with the western-themed graphics. Other awards include 7 Award of Excellences and two Certificate of Merits.

The complete list of Inland’s GEA awards and correlating flexible packaging, pressure sensitive label, shrink sleeve label, and cut and stack label products are as follows:

Best of Category Award of Excellence
Certificate of Merit
A panel of out-of-state judges with extensive experience in printing and print production was brought in to examine the work. Each entry was judged on its own merit in a category with similar printed pieces. The judging criteria included registration, crossovers, clarity and neatness, sharpness of halftones and line drawings, richness and tonal qualities of color, paper and ink selection, ink coverage, difficulty of printing, effective contrast or softness, finishing and overall visual impact. [views] => 0 [published] => 1 [status] => 3 [priority] => 0 [publish_date] => 2018-06-08 09:07:00 [updated_at] => 2018-06-08 09:12:56 [last_updated_author] => 182417 [uploaded_by] => 182417 [user_role_id] => 0 [custom_fields] => [] [custom_fields_old] => [splitcontent] => 1 [content_url] => [related_content_ids] => ["266962","278632","278844","278624","278759","277506","281701","279310","275117","276881","279527","278065","281579","270236","282654"] [is_show_company_name] => [created_at] => 2019-04-09 04:36:23 ) ) [relatedContent] => Array ( [0] => Content Object ( [className] => Content [contentLinks] => Array ( ) [belongsTo] => [contentIssue] => [id] => 280653 [pageNumber] => [offset] => [totalPages] => [last_query] => [last_sql] => [show_errors] => 1 [databaseServer] => Array ( [key] => master [host] => 172.24.16.232 [user] => rodpub_beta [pass] => MvQQzhse92k58yA [db] => rodpub_beta ) [tableName] => contents [content_type_id] => 2487 [resource_id] => 0 [author_id] => 0 [primary_issue_slug] => [author_name] => {"name":"","title":""} [magazine_id] => 11 [layout_id] => 0 [primary_image] => 0 [primary_image_old] => [slider_image_id] => [banner_image] => 0 [title] => S-OneLP partners with Kustom Group to offer specialized coatings [short_title] => [summary] => The two companies will also jointly create proprietary coatings individually customized. [slug] => s-onelp-partners-with-kustom-group-to-offer-specialized-coatings [body] => S-One Labels & Packaging has announced a new partnership with Kustom Group to introduce a wide variety of overprint varnishes and coatings designed for both flexo and digitally printed label and packaging markets.

Under the Kustom Koatings brand, S-OneLP will offer standard coatings, such as gloss or matte, and specialty coatings using sand, glitter and many more. The two companies will also jointly create proprietary coatings individually customized and developed under the new co-branded KustomLP product line.

“Utilizing the exceptional products developed by Kustom Group and S-One’s Utopia Digital Technologies’ development lab creates a powerful partnership that is sure to disrupt our industry with all of the new possibilities in coatings and over-print varnishes,” says Ralph Giammarco, Vice President of S-One Labels & Packaging. “And we’re going to bring these customized products to our customers with shorter lead times than they’ve had access to in the past.”

This new partnership will not only allow PSPs to receive products more quickly, but will offer the opportunity to create one-of-a-kind UV-based coatings that perform special functions, such as greater adhesion, more or less gloss levels, light or gritty sand, hieroglyphics effects, scratch-and-sniff or whatever finish a customer’s designer can dream up.

“We have been selling our products through various channels in the past with great success but are looking forward to a more direct approach with a service expert like S-OneLP,” says Michael Gerkin, Jr.; Kustom Group President & COO.  “Having a partner eliminating barriers and creating exposure in the expanding digital, labels and packaging markets is very exciting and a huge advantage to print producers.”

The S-OneLP/Kustom Group partnership adds to the growing list of partnerships for S-OneLP, the direct source for primers, over-print varnishes, pre-laminated films, thermal laminates and customized coatings for HP Indigo press owners.


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Rigoli will be demonstrating the printer and showcasing customized packaging at the upcoming IPACK-IMA 2018, which will take place between May 29 and June 1, 2018, in Milan, Italy.

The MVZ provides great flexibility. With its small footprint, this package-printing solution can easily be placed inline with  finishing equipment. Because it utilizes Memjet printing technology, the printer is available at a low cost of entry. This means that users are able to realize a faster return on their investment based on increased productivity, lower inventory and reduced scrap costs.

"As brands bring an ever-increasing number of SKUs to market, packaging production has struggled to keep pace," says Kevin Shimamoto, chief marketing officer at Memjet. "All too often, package printing solutions lack the quality, flexibility and affordability needed to make on-demand, short-run and late-stage customized packaging a reality. The Rigoli MVZ product family marks a dramatic shift in that paradigm, making it faster, easier and cost-effective for companies of all sizes to make flexible packaging part of their operation."

The MVZ offers brands and converters the ability to produce variable packaging across a wide variety of applications, sizes and substrates. Packaging can be produced either off-line or inline to create customized solutions.

Zsolt Tarjanyi, managing director of Rigoli s.r.l, says, "As the packaging market addresses an increasing demand for varying branding, messaging, sizes and shapes, the MVZ delivers. It has the speed, image quality, reliability and affordability that users demand–and only Memjet technology can provide."

The Rigoli MVZ1000 can support media widths of up to 1,067 mm. The printer includes an industrial unwinder and rewinder that can accommodate jumbo rolls. The rewinding options are printed side up or printed side down, which improves efficiency. The MVZ printers can also be equipped with a buffering unit that allows them to be installed inline with other finishing equipment, including cutting and laminating systems, as well as filling equipment. This inline setup saves time and unnecessary steps in the production process.

The quality produced by the Rigoli MVZ printers is designed to rival that of offset. Powered by Memjet's single pass wide format technology, the solution produces 1600×1600 dpi printing resolution at 9 m/m speed, or 1600 x 800 dpi at 18 m/m. [views] => 0 [published] => 1 [status] => 3 [priority] => 0 [publish_date] => 2018-05-23 13:11:00 [updated_at] => 2018-05-23 13:24:10 [last_updated_author] => 142076 [uploaded_by] => 182417 [user_role_id] => 0 [custom_fields] => [] [custom_fields_old] => [splitcontent] => 1 [content_url] => [related_content_ids] => ["269827","279583","277506","279310","275117","276881","279527","278065","281579","270236","264943","272191","273376","280624","269166","268911","270577"] [is_show_company_name] => [created_at] => 2019-04-09 04:36:23 ) [2] => Content Object ( [className] => Content [contentLinks] => Array ( ) [belongsTo] => [contentIssue] => [id] => 281793 [pageNumber] => [offset] => [totalPages] => [last_query] => [last_sql] => [show_errors] => 1 [databaseServer] => Array ( [key] => master [host] => 172.24.16.232 [user] => rodpub_beta [pass] => MvQQzhse92k58yA [db] => rodpub_beta ) [tableName] => contents [content_type_id] => 2486 [resource_id] => 0 [author_id] => 0 [primary_issue_slug] => 2018-05 [author_name] => {"name":"Greg Hrinya","title":"Associate Editor"} [magazine_id] => 11 [layout_id] => 0 [primary_image] => 168081 [primary_image_old] => [slider_image_id] => 168084 [banner_image] => 0 [title] => ‘Unleashing Print’ with Dscoop [short_title] => ‘Unleashing Print’ with Dscoop [summary] => The 2018 event touched on the past, present and future of HP Indigo digital printing. [slug] => unleashing-print-with-dscoop [body] => Dscoop returned to the Americas this spring, as the HP users conference took over the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center from March 25-28, 2018. The event, which featured the theme “Unleashing Print,” welcomed print service providers who use HP Graphics Technology – including HP Indigo digital label presses and related solutions – along with creative designers, marketers and brand leaders.

Dscoop Dallas was the first of three global events for the users group this year, with the next edition scheduled for  Vienna, Austria, June 13-15. Dscoop also made its way to Seoul, South Korea, May 14-16.

The American edition of the event featured record attendance, including 237 participants from 18 different countries. Many of these visitors hailed from Latin America and the Caribbean.
The show featured a wide range of speakers, including Jeremy Gutsche, founder of TrendHunter.com, Dan Heath, a Senior Fellow at Duke University’s CASE center, Dana Arnett, founding partner and vice chairman of  VSA Partners, and as always, Alon Bar-Shany, vice president and general manager of the HP Indigo Division. Andrew Davis, a bestselling author and internationally acclaimed keynote speaker, served as the conference emcee.

Heath, who delivered the keynote presentation on the event’s opening day, explored how to create meaningful moments for print customers. “We live in the era of experience. Everywhere you look, there’s someone looking to make your experience better,” he said. “If you study great service experiences, they’re mostly forgettable and occasionally remarkable. Those remarkable, peak moments, don’t plan themselves, but we’re so busy fixing small problems that we ignore the potential peak moments that will make our customers overlook small flaws.”

When identifying peak moments, Heath used the now-iconic  “Share A Coke” campaign to illustrate a memorable idea that left a lasting impact. “I’m a 44-year-old man, and I still get a charge out of seeing my name ‘Dan’ on a soda label. That’s how you turn a transaction into a moment,” said, adding, “Print is the medium of memories.”

Davis, the conference’s emcee, also told attendees, “It’s not about what you print, it’s about how what you print makes them feel.”

Bar-Shany, during his March 27 presentation, detailed the digital print and packaging market while also providing a glimpse into the future. Dscoop 2017, which took place in Phoenix, AZ, marked the 40th anniversary of HP.  Bar-Shany utilized Dscoop Dallas this year to reflect on the 10-year anniversary since the stock market collapse in 2008. Not only did he provide valuable lessons learned along the way within the printing industry, he gave suggestions as to what might help avoid those same pitfalls going forward.

“What we’re trying to do is print different, which means breaking boundaries, unleashing print, opening up new business models,” said Bar-Shany. “We want to do things out-of-the-box – and I really love that concept – and I think that’s what this industry has done.”

HP originated in 1977, and it has been 25 years since the introduction of Indigo at IPEX in 1993. According to Bar-Shany, the launch of the HP Indigo S3 at drupa 2008 was a turning point for the brand. Brands and printers both began their transformation, which coincided with the 2008 recession.

“This is the time to think ahead and make the right decisions,” Bar-Shany stressed. “What drove Indigo was the impact of the recession. Fundamentally, it forced change. There was massive change because of what the global recession created. It forced people out of their comfort zones and forced them to make tough choices. People needed to understand you couldn’t just price marginally and use old equipment. You had to change your business model, and it changed not just with printers but with designers, marketers, brands, agencies and so forth.”

In the next 5-10 years, the printing industry will have to answer several important questions. For example, how does it compete with internet presences like Google and Facebook? There will need to be an answer to greater demands for immediacy, data and personalization.

Bar-Shany conceded that the future is somewhat harder to predict, as new, emerging technologies have changed the outlook. Product lifecycles are getting shorter, and consumer preferences have continued to change over time. Today, consumers are willing to pay more for experiences and memories, but also higher quality.

This will often be seen in the craft beer industry, which capitalizes on unique and intricate labels featuring eye-popping graphics, Bar-Shany said. There are over 3,000 craft breweries in the US, and craft sales have grown by 17% since 2013. Bar-Shany also emphasized that many label converters for craft beer brands use HP Indigo presses to capitalize on short runs and quick turnaround times.

“It’s amazing to see the innovations and experiences our customers can create,” said Bar-Shany. “We’re creating something you can hold, share, and we’re creating emotions.”

Dscoop will help with the future of digital print providers, he added. “Much of the future will be built around the trust we can create as a community,” he said. “And it’s not just between ourselves as brand owners and customers, but as a community with all the solution partners, media partners, and with brands and designers. This is a change. That is why Dscoop is so important, because it’s not something you can just do as a vendor. HP will try to drive the market and keep this passion for customers. The Dscoop customers drive us and tell us where to invest our R&D.”

In order to keep up with industry trends, HP has made significant investments in inkjet technology. The company is also relying on feedback from customers by requesting samples and case studies. HP is trying to change the perception around digital and the supply chain that digital printing can be a reliable solution for bigger brands, as well as those specializing in shorter runs.

General Sessions
Dscoop’s general sessions touched on a wide range of industry topics. S-One Labels & Packaging took a deep dive into the opportunities available for label converters in the flexible packaging space. Meanwhile, Michelman looked at how new coating and primer technology can optimize digital printing.

As part of a presentation on the hottest trends in print design, Sabine Lenz said, “Most designers have no idea what’s possible in print today. They’re surprised by what digital technology can do.”

She added that 71% of creatives are producing 10 times more work than five years ago. In addition, seven out of 10 designers report they are understaffed.

In the labels and packaging space, Lenz said the use of foil is one of the major trends. “Hot-foil stamping can provide a tactile experience,” she said. “The shine never falters. You have hundreds of foil choices, and the softer the paper the better.”

Thinking Tree Spirits embodied many of these trends in one of its newest spirits labels. The craft distillery based in Eugene, OR utilized the Hired Guns Creative design team to develop a unique label template. CCL printed the labels, which included hot stamping. The color matching and streamlined production achieved on the HP Indigo digital press highlighted the label, Lenz added.

Lenz stressed that interactive elements are one of the key trends now, and augmented reality could very well be a hot topic in the future.

Other presentations, such as those from S-One Labels & Packaging and Michelman, explained how supplies have been optimized for label converters. S-One Labels & Packaging examined the growing trend toward the world of flexible packaging. Among the highlights, the company emphasized the benefits for label converters, and how this thriving segment can grow a label printer’s operation.

S-One’s Ralph Giammarco defined flexible packaging as “probably the single fastest growing area in printing right now.” Label converters can capitalize on this opportunity, he added, because the technology, relationships and materials all exist to find success in this niche. There is a greater understanding of the flexible packaging process, and optimization is occurring at a fast rate,” he said.

Meanwhile, Michelman highlighted a wide range of products that are suitable to enhance digital printing output on HP Indigo digital presses. Michelman has developed a new primer, DigiPrime 022, a water-based primer, specifically for use with the HP Indigo 6900 digital label press. In addition, DigiGuard 222 and DigiGuard 901 also serve as reliable offerings. Other Michelman solutions include doctor blade chambers and various priming methods, as well as services like priming and milling.

Finding ‘Inkspiration’
Dscoop Dallas also highlighted its renowned Inkspiration Awards, where 16 honors were presented to 13 customers and designers in multiple categories, ranging from general commercial printing to labels and packaging. Nearly 200 entries from more than 75 HP customers and designers were submitted to the 2018 competition. Winning  works were produced on HP Indigo, PageWide Web Press, and Scitex print technology.

In the labels and packaging space, the following companies were recognized: Dscoop Community
In Dallas, Dscoop Community was launched, a new platform designed to connect creatives and marketers to the innovative printers, as well as a new website. The all-new online community experience was previewed during the event. Dscoop Community highlights print projects and applications, with the goal of providing as much information to all those in the value chain. Content includes production details, designers, partners and results.

“The new platform is designed to connect marketers, packaging designers, creatives, print users and the print providers who make those powerful ideas a reality,” explained Keith Wilmot, the newly-appointed Dscoop CEO. “We are creating a new world of print lovers and educating them on how to succeed with digital print.”

In addition, the platform provides real-time connection to printers around the world, the latest in live and digital education, tips and trends from industry leaders, and creative brainstorming.
Eticom adds HP Indigo 20000 and Pack Ready Lamination

Eticom of Mexico is installing an HP Indigo 20000 digital press and the HP Indigo Pack Ready Lamination solution to launch flexible packaging services to its customers with the  benefits of digital printing.

The announcement was made official during the conference in Dallas where Eticom was in attendance. Eticom is a provider of self-adhesive labels, including for the food, beverage and spirits markets. Eticom is using its digital brand, Digitallabel, to capture the opportunity for flexible digital packaging production that saves time, waste and costs.

“We see the market value and the service opportunity in the flexible packaging world, and we decided to acquire an HP Indigo 20000 that is undoubtedly the most efficient way to produce short, high-quality and immediate delivery demanded by the users of the packaging, which is of growing importance in Mexico,” said Martin Rodríguez, Digitallabel director.

Digitalabel will also operate the HP Indigo Pack Ready Laminator from Karville, the first in Mexico, for a “very agile, simple and safe way to laminate products,” Rodríguez explained.

Pack Ready Lamination for HP Indigo digital presses delivers high-quality, high-performance laminates without the use of adhesives in zero curing time for immediate pouch converting, opening new market opportunities for digitally printed flexible packaging. “Pack Ready Lamination is a solution for 40% of our applications,” Rodríguez  said. “It provides a cost-effective business model to deconstruct laminations and improve food safety compliance.”

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In addition to the DigiPrime and DigiGuard products from Michelman and the Levia products from Utopia Digital Technologies that were offered through LexJet, S-OneLP is bringing to Canada a full line of films and custom over-print varnishes for label and flexible packaging print service providers.

These essential products paired with unparalleled service, technical know-how and integrated solutions are provided by the S-OneLP team along with some of the best brands in the industry, such as Toray America, Protect-all and Kustom Koatings.

“We’ve been fortunate to have a number of loyal customers in Canada over the years,” says Ralph Giammarco, vice president of S-OneLP. “We’re definitely excited to bring greater depth of service and breadth of product solutions to our Canadian customers.

“In addition, the high growth in demand for organic products in Canada reflects an opportunity to collaborate with them to use our films and primers to expand their capabilities into the flexible packaging and durable label markets.”

Other technologies, such as advanced security and authentication products, will also be available to S-OneLP’s Canadian customers. With S-OneLP and VerifyMe, printers can offer brands new ways to protect their products with RainbowSecure security inks.

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Inland was recognized with 10 awards, including one Best of Category. Inland was awarded Best of Category in the "Digital Packaging" category for its flexible packaging piece for AriZona Beverage Co.’s Crazy Cowboy Teriyaki Jerky. This packaging featured matte coating, which resonates well with the western-themed graphics. Other awards include 7 Award of Excellences and two Certificate of Merits.

The complete list of Inland’s GEA awards and correlating flexible packaging, pressure sensitive label, shrink sleeve label, and cut and stack label products are as follows:

Best of Category Award of Excellence
Certificate of Merit
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