Cenveo Inc. Invests $3M in New Narrow Web Label Capabilities to Serve Consumer Goods Market
Cenveo Inc., Stamford, Conn., recently announced a $3 million investment in its label printing platform with the addition of two narrow web Nilpeter FA-4* presses, two EyeC Vision inspection systems and ancillary finishing equipment. This investment follows a multimillion-dollar purchase of HP digital presses in 2015. The two Nilpeter FA-4* presses will be installed in early 2016.
“We are making ongoing strategic investments in our label business to serve the growing need for high-quality prime labels in a variety of industries such as the pharmaceutical, food and beverage, health and beauty, and other consumer goods industries,” said Mike Burton, chief operating officer of Cenveo Inc. “We’re building on our existing world-class platform to offer incomparable quality and speed to our customers.”
The 16-inch Nilpeter FA-4* multi-substrate flexographic presses offer highly efficient set up, short web path, and the highest level of consistent quality, especially on repeat jobs. The EyeC vision system offers leading edge pattern recognition technology.
“We’re studying and responding to consumer trends to help our customers grow,” added Burton. “The Nilpeter FA-4* presses give us superior print quality on short-, medium- and long-runs on a variety of substrates with tremendous efficiency. This is exactly the type of press capability and flexibility we want to invest in to meet customer demands and secure our position as one of the nation’s leading label suppliers.”
For more information, visit www.cenveo.com.