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KBA Group at Interpack 2014: Tailor-made print solutions for many types of packaging

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

For the first time several companies belonging to the Koenig & Bauer Group will exhibit on the KBA-Metronic stand in Hall 12 (C36) at this year’s Interpack from 8 to 14 May. Under the banner “KBA: The Right One” the Group will present innovative printing and coding solutions for diverse packaging applications and integrated industrial production lines.

As one of the leading press manufacturers, KBA has by far the broadest know-how and portfolio for the extremely diverse growth market packaging printing. Its global sales and service network guarantees close proximity to the customer.

Metal or film sheets, glass and plastic containers, carton and corrugated board, plastic, cables, tyres – all of these and more are printed, individually coded or marked using analogue and digital printing techniques (offset, flexo, screen printing, waterless UV, inkjet, laser, thermal transfer) from KBA Radebeul, KBA-MetalPrint, KBA-Metronic, KBA-MePrint, KBA-Flexotecnica or KBA-Kammann. The world’s second-largest press manufacturer is the international market leader in some fields, such as sheetfed offset for metal sheets and folding boxes or printing systems for the decoration of glass containers.

Various products and current trends in individual packaging segments will be presented in Düsseldorf less through machines on-site, but more by showing examples of end products and offering consultation. Along with intelligent after-sales services and software solutions, the coding specialists from KBA-Metronic will be demonstrating proven and new highlights from their product spectrum.

The KBA Group is taking part in the trade fair under the visual banner of the ‘Frog King’ which many visitors will remember from reading the well-known German fairytale as a child. It stands for choosing the right printing system, or ‘prince’, from a multitude of alternatives.

 

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Jennifer Matt

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Pat has covered graphic communications for nearly 30 years as a reporter, an editor, and a commentator.

 

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