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Screen Americas details digital inkjet capabilities

10.02.21

The company also offered attendees an opportunity to see live demonstrations at its nearby headquarters.

Screen Americas highlighted the benefits of its digital inkjet printing capabilities. The company received strong interest in its Truepress Jet L350UV inkjet printing press during Label Congress, which took place September 29-30 in Rosemont, IL, USA.

According to Screen, the Truepress Jet L350UV delivers high throughput, high image quality, simple operation. and stability. Most recently, Pacer Print and Packaging of Chatsworth, CA shifted 80% of its label business in-house with this new inkjet press.

A first-time Screen customer, Peter Varady, founder and president, was sold on the reliability, durability and stability of the machine. He was also impressed with the customer service he received and the Trust Network Service program. “The Truepress Jet is a real workhorse and there is an actual team behind the press,” says Varady.

In addition, Screen Americas offered Label Congress attendees an opportunity to see live demonstrations at its nearby headquarters. Screen Americas recently announced its official relocation from Rolling Meadows to Elk Grove Village, IL. The 48,000 square-foot facility features the Inkjet Innovation Center, which is a 14,000-plus square foot area that has come to be known as the centerpiece of the new facility and the room in which customers will engage in Screen Americas’ technology for the commercial, publishing, direct mail, transactional, packaging, folding carton and label industries.

Technology Park in Elk Grove Village was an ideal choice for Screen Americas, the company said, as it outgrew its space in Rolling Meadows. As Screen continues to make advancements in high-speed digital inkjet technology, its presence in the printing and packaging industries has grown, and a relocation in order to continually showcase the advanced technology was necessary.