Cartamundi expands product offerings with new KBA Rapida 105 10-color perfector press
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Press release from the issuing company
Industry leading card producer optimizes inline finishing, consistency and productivity
KBA North America, a global press manufacturer based in Dallas, Texas, announces that Cartamundi, a major producer of card products and rising commercial packaging printer, has installed a new customized KBA Rapida 105 five-over-five 41-inch sheetfed perfector press with full UV capabilities, coating, and board kit at its new facility in Dallas, Texas.
Cartamundi placed the order for the new KBA Rapida 105 perfector press because KBA could fulfill their specialized manufacturing needs as well as their dedication to unique applications and customer service. Cartamundi prints daily on a variety of substrates, which in addition to paperboard include: APET, RPET, PET, PVC, PP, HDPE, Cellulose Acetate, Styrene, Foils, and Foil Laminates.
The new KBA Rapida 105 five-over-five perfector press at Cartamundi provides the company with high quality printing on two sides for ultimate productivity, extreme efficiency with inline color controls and total automation, and optimal inline finishing. It also offers all processes in fewer steps, higher production due to its one-pass configuration, more consistency, and measureable quality using KBA's premier automated technology tools.
For more than 200 years, Cartamundi has been the world-wide leader in quality card products for casinos and the general public. Its manufacturing facilities, international branches, local agents and distributors are represented in more than 50 countries. Here in the U.S. the company recently moved into its new 300,000 sq. ft. home. This made to order, secure, environmentally-controlled manufacturing space offers an unparalleled experience for its customers. "The new KBA Rapida 105 41-inch 10-color full-UV perfecting press with multiple coaters is an extremely efficient addition to our pressroom. It has dramatically expanded our print offerings and improved overall workflow here in Dallas," says Steve Young, CEO of Cartamundi's U.S operations.