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FLEXO Magazine : August 2013
Latest Flexo Press Intro Planned for October K Show BIELEFELD, Germany—Allstein GmbH, a recently formed medium and wide web central impression flexo press man- ufacturer, announced that it will debut its “attention-compelling print deck design,” offering what it describes as enabling, “ the highest print grade and shortest changeover times in the industry,” at the Oct. 16-23 K Show in Dusseldorf. The Allstein booth, Hall 04.CO4, will be staffed with many distinguished and respected flexo professionals who design and build custom-configured presses of uncompromised quality. Hartmut Roessler, sales director, said “We are connected to a tradition of excellence, offering the most advanced tech- nology in a rugged press that is easy to use and priced to deliver an exceptionally favorable investment return.” Value-Added Print—Boom or Bust? RESTON, VA—The Print In- dustries Market Information and Research Organization (PRIMIR), announced a presentation to be held at PRINT 13 that will feature the research findings from its new study, “Value-Added Printing & Fin- ishing for Improved Profitability. ” This research addresses high- end color, new finishing products and techniques, special coatings, foiling, laminating, scented inks, raised inks, brand protection and security, metallic inks, metalized substrates, stitching and die cut- ting, and more. It explores use and effectiveness of these “ value-add- ed” services and identifies how brand owners incorporate them into their product advertising and packaging. It also identifies cost constraints and return on invest- ment, along with usage trends and opportunities by print application. Hal Hinderliter, principal, Hal Hinderliter Consulting Services, who is conducting the research for PRIMIR, will present a preview of the findings at a seminar entitled “ Value-Added Print: Boom or Bust?” on Sept. 10 at 8:30 a.m. at Chicago’s McCormickPlace. www.flexography.org august 2013 FLEXO 11 1-888-478-0998 No Plate Lifting No Plate Mounting Perfect Registration Every time. Discover Your New Media Source for Seamless Imaging Photopolymer Sleeves Laser Engravable Elastomers