Xeikon says it will use PrintEx19 in Sydney as an opportunity to highlight the fact that Xeikon technology is "much more than a labels platform.” The Xeikon stand will include solutions for the wall decoration, POS and commercial print sectors.
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“We are very much looking forward to this year’s PrintEx exhibition,” says Trevor Crowley, Xeikon sales GM for Australia and New Zealand. “The show is the perfect opportunity for us to discuss our latest developments beyond pressure-sensitive labels. We want to advise our Australian customers on what more a Xeikon platform can offer to a converter, and the new business opportunities that are possible with our innovative technologies.
“Xeikon is looking to showcase its unique solutions designed for those working in the folding carton, wall decoration, POS and commercial print sectors. We want to help converters understand the possibilities and the variety of new markets that can be available using our technologies.”
Xeikon says it's also ready to share its "latest news on the innovative power of X-800 DFE and its diverse ability to drive a number of digital presses using both inkjet and dry toner technologies."
The Xeikon platform offers diversification in commercial printing with the production of brochures, book covers, wall decoration and point of sale items. In addition, there is the ability to print on a variety of materials without the need to pre-coat.
“We can offer customers more than just a label press,” Crowley says. “Xeikon has over 30 years of experience in developing digital technologies. We have recently developed a new advisory tool called ‘TRANSFORM’ that offers digital print solutions tailored for each individual business.
Visitors will find Xeikon at the show on Stand R36 in Hall 3.
Guru Labels – a supplier of digital labels in Australia and a Xeikon user – will also be exhibiting at PrintEx19.
Belgium-based Xeikon, a division of Flint Group, is a long-standing innovator in digital printing technology. Flint Group manufactures an extensive range of consumables for the printing industry.