7th Annual Innopack Pharma Confex 2018

Friday, September 12, 2014

Abbey Labels installs their first MPS EF UV flexo press

MPS announced the installation of an EF UV flexo press into Abbey Labels, a new MPS customer based in the UK. Abbey Labels, one of the UK’s leading label manufacturers located in the East Anglia region installed an EF UV multi substrate flexo press, the 8 colour full UV machine that has a web width of 340mm. The press will be equipped with an “APC” automation extension package, which contains servo positioning motors to automatically set the desired print pressure settings. he press has been installed successfully last month at Abbey’s factory in Bury St Edmunds, UK.

Chairman Tom Allum of Abbey Labels comments: “Innovative technology, ease of operation and the ability to print on a wide range of substrates are the three main reasons why Abbey Labels opted for MPS. Every operator is able to work with the press, as the print operations and settings are self-explanatory. In addition, the press touch screen and controls are simple to operate delivering consistent print and productivity results time and time again”.

Nick Tyrer, sales director of MPS Systems UK commented: “We are pleased to receive this new order from a reputable label printer in the UK. For Abbey Labels, their first MPS EF flexo press will contribute significantly to a growing demand for flexo labels in their vast portfolio of label production and printing services. MPS is privileged to provide their flag ship press.

With 20 years of experience, Abbey Labels is one of the UK’s leading label manufacturers offering label production and printing services in various markets including food, beverage, cosmetics, industrial, security and pharmaceutical. Abbey Labels has far-reaching experience in all types of labels from custom, peel and reveal, scratch off, baggage tags to serial number labels and more. Their project leaders and production staff work with brand managers, and sales and marketing directors to ensure accuracy, quality and reliability.

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