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Comex, a leading printer in Poland for highly processed, technologically advanced self-adhesive labels has invested in a Xeikon 3030 digital label press designed with variable web widths and dry toner technology. The company states the investment strategy is to expand its business through increased production capabilities and continue to provide exceptional customer service in the region and beyond. Founded over 30 years ago as a commercial printer, Comex can now combine its unique and innovative RFID technologies with Xeikon’s latest dry toner technology to produce a broad range of complex multi-layer, peel-off labels and personalised designs for the pharmaceutical, flexible packaging, food, beverage and cosmetics industries as well as mass event tickets with varying levels of security for sporting and cultural events.

Xeikon is set to showcase four live production solutions at Labelexpo Europe 2019 (September 24 to 27) - Hall 5 Stand C28. The company will also introduce its latest advisory tool ‘TRANSFORM’ sharing the company’s deeper understanding, experience, and valued digital printing expertise with the international label community, Xeikon can offer printers and converters insights into different ways of transforming a label printing business into a business for the future.

Xeikon is set to showcase its complete portfolio of innovative solutions at PrintEx 2019. Taking place in Australia at Sydney’s Olympic Park, 13 - 16 August, this popular show attracts the wider print community. Xeikon will use this opportunity to highlight the fact that Xeikon technology is much more than a labels platform. The company is set to demonstrate the multiplicity and breadth of solutions they have for a variety of sectors that use both inkjet and dry-toner technology, all driven by Xeikon’s powerful and user-friendly digital front end, the X-800. Xeikon is focused on meeting and supporting businesses looking to diversify and add new revenue streams.

At Xeikon Café 2019 in Lier, the company's headquarters, which attracted almost 1,000 visitors, the manufacturer not only presented new applications, but also gave an outlook on the upcoming Labelexpo. One thing is clear: digital printing is growing and penetrating areas that had previously not been served. By Sabine Slaughter

The prejudice: "Digital printing is expensive, can process only a few substrates and finishing is difficult" no longer applies. The image has changed in recent years, especially in the area of toner but also ink - right up to food safety for dry toner. The Xeikon Café 2019 not only cleared up this prejudice. The finishing of packaging and labels has become part of good digital printing practice. In times of ever shorter job run lengths, more versions as well as action-, individualized and personalized application requirements of brand owners, digital printing offers more than an alternative to conventional analog production processes and complements the offerings of print service providers in this highly competitive market environment.

Advising label converters on how to stay ahead with digital production
Xeikon is getting label converters ready for Labelexpo Europe 2019 (September 24 to 27) with the launch of its TRANSFORM advisory tool. On transform.xeikon.com, the company shares its digital printing expertise with the international label community, offering insight on ways to transform a label printing business. Starting now, visitors to the website can consult Xeikon and get advice on the ideal digital set-up for their business by simply answering a few questions. As a pioneer in full color digital label printing, Xeikon has gathered a wealth of knowledge on the key success factors in implementing digital production.

Xeikon, a subsidiary of Flint Group and market leader in digital colour printing technology for the graphic arts printing industry, is set to launch ‘The Power of Dry Toner’ campaign during Xeikon Café North America taking place in Chicago, Illinois 14 – 16 May. To coincide with the three day conference and exhibition, Xeikon is pleased to announce the appointment of Monika Olbricht as Global Sales Director for Graphic Arts. Olbricht will take the global lead in shaping this important market and be instrumental in the roll-out of the ‘power of dry toner’ campaign.

Xeikon has signed a partnership agreement with Polish packaging and converting specialist Technograph. The agreement, finalised at Xeikon Café 2019, will see Technograph distribute the Xeikon Cheetah series and Xeikon 3000 series, dry toner technology based presses for packaging production.

Xeikon Café Europe 2019 (www.xeikoncafe.com) once again proves to be a leading event in the packaging industry’s calendar. With a creatively crafted conference programme providing a 360° view of the trends, challenges and solutions for today’s packaging industry and an application-driven technical Academy, this multi-vendor, educational and networking event attracted close to 1.000 visitors over the 3 days – this included over 500 label and packaging converters attending from over 55 countries.

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