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OMET XFlex X6 Installed at Etitec in Milan

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

OMET is happy to announce the completion of the installation of a 10-color XFlex X6 at ETITEC, Milan, part of IMPRIMA Group, Italy.

ETITEC is an historic Italian label manufacturer working with a wide variety of adhesive substrates. They recently expressed the intention to widen their product portfolio to include shrink sleeves. They chose a XFlex X6 after evaluating different offers, knowing it would comply with their special requirements.

The configuration designed by Leo Ingrosso, Chief Executive of ETITEC and Mr. Gandolfi, OMET Sales Manager for Italy, and the inner flexibility of XFlex X6 allow the printer to satisfy  any request coming from different sectors, with the inclusion of the newly approached shrink sleeve market. This 430 mm, 10-color XFlex X6 combines in-line a few additional features – cold foil, delam/relam, print on reverse, booklet – that makes it competitive in the printing of short and medium runs of difficult jobs on different materials.

“I’ve known OMET a long time,” affirms Leo Ingrosso “and I have always judged it a serious and modern company with a special dedication to innovation. The press recently installed is confirming my thoughts.”

ETITEC and OMET believe this is just the beginning of a close cooperation that will certainly bring new installations based as it is on the common intention to find solutions for the label and packaging market requirements and needs.

To find out more information on the complete line of OMET presses and tissue production call Chris Leyes at 860-232-2323 or visit them on the web at matik,com.


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