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General Press Expands Production with a Kawahara TXR-1100 Series Blanking System

Wednesday, September 06, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

St. Croix Falls, WI - General Press, a full-service printer that specializes in In-Mold and custom labeling, has expanded its capacity and capabilities with the addition of a Kawahara TXR-1100. The TXR-1100 Series Blanking System is a powerful offline machine that uses a sophisticated system of pins to automatically separate, or blank, die cut sheets of stock up to 32" x 43". The Kawahara is exclusively distributed in North America by Brandtjen and Kluge, Inc., and is ideal for efficiently blanking a variety of material, from a variety of labels to cartons and cards. The quick automatic make-ready, robust design, and low cost tooling of the Kawahara TXR-1100 reflects Kluge's dedication to quality and performance. 

With more than 75 years of experience in commercial and label printing, General Press is not only dedicated to developing an excellent product but also in providing exceptional customer service to its clients. General Press' specialty service in manufacturing In-Mold labels for the last decade has provided a strong advantage to its customers and their success in the Pittsburgh, PA area as well as across the nation. With the addition of the Kawahara TXR-1100 blanking machine from Kluge, General Press will continue to be a leader and innovator in the offset product package printing market. More information about General Press and their services can be found at www.generalpress.com.
 

 

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