PRATI to introduce its label finishing to the Australian market
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Press release from the issuing company
Marradi – PRATI is to showcase its SATURN TE330 slitter rewinding die-cutting machine during the Australian Open House event that will take place in Bayswater, Melbourne, on June 15-16. The event is being staged by GALLUS Australia, PRATI's official distributor and service provider for the Australian and New Zealand markets.
During the Open House event, PRATI will introduce the benefits of the SATURN line for producing commodity labels. The SATURN line will show visitors how a slitter rewinding machine can offer state-of-the-art technical features yet still be competitively priced.
The machine on display at the event – the SATURN TE330 – is equipped with a die-cutting unit and a web feeder that speeds up rolls change. The system features fully automated tensioning and cutting, and can process a wide range of substrates to a 330mm web width, including paper and plastic labels, booklet labels. The machine is also equipped with a video inspection unit for 100% labels control.
Cost efficient and environmentally friendly
"At PRATI we adopt a partnership approach with our customers and base our continual research and development on meeting their specific needs," says Chiara Prati, Sales Director. "This philosophy has resulted in manufacturing machines that are reliable, solid, precise and cost-efficient."
"Customers using the system are reporting excellent slitting accuracy, while finished rolls always have the right level of softness or hardness with the precise quantity of labels. The days of waste in finished rolls are over."
"We have a very strong relationship with GALLUS Australia," adds Prati. "The company has extensive technical and industry knowledge, which has helped it build an excellent reputation in the Australian and New Zealand markets. The Open House event is the ideal setting for us to support each other and our customers, and increase our presence in these key territories."
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