Standwill Packaging, a US-based provider of offer printing, hot stamping, die cutting and embossing in sheet and roll form, has invested in a Durst Tau 330 RSC UV inkjet digital label press.
The deal via Durst partner Omet America will allow Standwill Packaging to re-engineer its flexo print production and increase efficiencies, as well as open up new business opportunities.
Durst RSC is expected to provide required flexibility for producing fast, efficient and highest quality printing for label and packaging applications.
The company says using Durst digital systems result in making small, medium, and long runs more profitable. The options are expected to open up an huge potential for new products and services in dynamic market.
Standwill Packaging vice president Paul Standwill said: “When we researched a digital printing solution to re-engineer our flexo print production to become more efficient, we discovered that the Durst RSC UV inkjet press offered the highest quality print tones along with precise color matching ability and excellent white opacity.
“The staff at Durst and Omet were very knowledgeable and helpful in providing samples and information that was critical in making my decision. After careful evaluation, we concluded that the RSC technology offered the highest quality printing which would allow us to best meet the needs of our customers.”
Durst claims its continuous innovation of the Tau 330 UV portfolio provides users with ‘Configure their Digital Future’ option, available as complete automated Omet XJet production unit with integrated conventional & digital finishing lines.
Standwill Packaging is claimed to have been serving the cosmetic industry for more than 40 years. It specializes in cosmetic, personal care and beauty labels and packaging products.
Durst is a manufacturer of advanced digital production technologies that are claimed to be the first choice and a preferred partner for the transformation and digitization of industrial production processes. It is a family company with an 80-year history, focused on innovation, customer orientation, sustainability, and quality.