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All4Labels purchases three Nilpeter Panorama hybrid digital presses

All4Labels has acquired three new Nilpeter Panorama hybrid digital presses to install at different locations through out Europe.

The presses will help All4Labels meet increasing customer demand for product and brand customization. They support 5-color inkjet engines in several combinations with flexo processes, hot foil/embossing and quick-change die-cutting.

Nilpeter had recently upgraded its digital product line, Panorama, with a complete re-design of the converting and flexo printing units. Press software has also been upgraded.

It covers a spectrum of customer needs from stand-alone to all-round, and value-added hybrid configurations.

Nilpeter claims that when launched in 2015, the Panorama Hybrid was a major attraction at LabelExpo Europe. 

According to the Danish printing equipment-maker, the All4Labels installations open a new chapter in the opportunities around digital print driven by brand owners with focus on sustainable supply chain and product differentiation.

All4Labels corporate director Torsten Wietholz said: “The three Panorama Hybrids will be installed at different All4Labels locations across Europe and follow our strategy to set new industry standards in terms of flexibility, customisation and supply chain excellence.

“We have followed the market trend towards customisation for a long time, and with this investment we will reach the next level. We have chosen Nilpeter’s Panorama, because it combines the strength of the different technologies in a perfect way.”

Nilpeter sales & marketing director Jakob Landberg said: “We definitely expect the trend of personalisation to grow drastically in the near future – opening new doors for our customers.

“For that very reason, our focus will be on supporting this market development by designing dynamic modular hybrid solutions.”