Atlantic Zeiser puts spotlight on industrial digital printing for optimum late-stage customisation at FESPA Digital
Array of samples demonstrate wealth of possibilities delivered by end-to-end solutions for efficient print job changes from the DIGILINE™ Single Product series.
FESPA Digital is being staged in Barcelona from 21 to 24 February 2012.
Emmingen, 23 January 2012– The Atlantic Zeiser Group, a leading developer and supplier of integration components and end-to-end system solutions for industrial digital printing to code and serialise packaging, mailshots and 3D products, will highlight the creativity and flexibility of its integrated system solutions at FESPA Digital in Booth B51.
Numerous four-colour samples will show visitors the variety of capabilities made possible by itsoptimized end-to-end DIGILINE™ Single Product and DIGILINE™ Web systems for digital late-stage customization within existing production processes.
The DIGILINE™ Single Product is based on a modular concept with flexible configuration possibilities for different feeding and transport options, printing and coding technologies for standard and security inks, camera verification as well as delivery options. It offers product widths of between 30 and 1050mm.
The DIGILINE™ Web consists of a modular continuous feed unit, digital inkjet printers, curing technology and controller unit. It has an automatic splice station that detects, marks and splices printing errors within the production process and continues the print job seamlessly.
All DIGILINE systems are available with monochrome OMEGA™, DELTA™ and 4C GAMMA™ printers as integration modules. The integrated MiniController seamlessly manages the production and information flow of the end-to-end system solution, without limiting the modules to be incorporated
These solutions simplify the late-stage customization process for packages with high-quality print requirements and help create innovative applications through the integration of different modules in a ‘one-stop’ shop. They were designed to meet the increased demand for late-stage package customization, including the need to reduce costs by operating with smaller production quantities to minimize storage capacities; and just-in-time supply with short reaction times, especially with packages marked with variable data, such as barcodes and product ingredient information in different languages.
The flexible, scalable systems that are application oriented and customer focused were developed as part of Atlantic Zeiser’s close co-operation with leading brand owners, pharmaceutical and packaging producers.
Carl-Michael Heüveldop, Head of Business Development at Atlantic Zeiser, states: “The emphasis for us at FESPA Digital is in helping customers identify how late stage customization can help their end users improve product identification more effectively and cost consciously. As such our carefully selected samples will enable them to understand the broader implications and how they can help their business identify new market potential. Our team of experts will also be on hand to guide customers through the opportunities now afforded by our creative portfolio of solutions.”
About Atlantic Zeiser
Atlantic Zeiser supports industrial customers to increase cost efficiency, brand value and the quality of their products in the production and the logistics chain. The company guarantees this through digital solutions for printing and coding frequently changing content. Atlantic Zeiser has specialised in digital printing on demanding substrates with low printing ink adhesion, whereby the company guarantees high quality and a high production speed. In the segments of digital printing and coding solutions for industrial applications, card systems as well as bank note and security printing systems, the company develops, manufactures and sells integration components and comprehensive systems solutions for industrial customers throughout the entire world. Atlantic Zeiser supports its customers at 11 own sites as well as through sales and support offices in approximately 50 countries.