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Friday, November 7, 2014

Gidue MX installed at Kolkata at Spec Labels

After the successful installation of several Gidue printing machines in India, Gidue announced that another flexo press has been sold and installed to the Indian converter Speclabels. Since its foundation, Speclabels has been specializing gradually in: Prime Labels, mainly for Food & Beverage, Personal Care and Pharmaceutical; Drum Labels, performance labels, security labels and also promotional labels.

Lead by Amit Kataruka, Speclables has been founded in 2006 in Kolkata and, in less than 10 years of activity, is already satisfying the demand of the Label Industry with a flexo printing machine of 2 colors and a letter press of 6 colors. Thanks to the successful results achieved during the years, it has bolstered its capacity in the Label industry by purchasing the first Gidue narrow web flexo press. The Gidue printing machine installed in Kolkata is an MX , 370mm width, 8 colors, , Delam Relam and turn bar attachment along with a cold foiling system.

“I’ve decided to invest in Gidue technology, since I’ve seen a lot of Gidue flexo presses running and I have been always impressed and satisfied with the easiness of the operations and the good service back-up.” commented Mr. Amit Kataruka, Owner and Director of Speclables.

Since its launch, the Gidue MX line has demonstrated to provide highest quality results and no need of great investment in terms of price. It is a press dedicated to the production of labels and, thanks to its short web-path, it minimizes the set-up waste and gives perfect printing register over time. It doesn’t required any maintenance or operator intervention.

“We are very proud to see that our technology has another confirmation of its great impact on customers worldwide. MX printing machine is really the top entry level press, ideal for every converter that looks for the best quality results with the lowest costs and waste” concluded Mr. Maurizio Trecate, Gidue Vice President Sales.

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