AM Etichette with the new Nilpeter FA-17. From left to right: Emmanuele JR Mussumarra, Andrea Mussumarra, Emanuele Mussumarra, and Marco Mussumarra.
Nilpeter partner of more than 20 years, AM Etichette, has reconfirmed its commitment to the Danish printing press manufacturer with the installation of a new FA-17. The Italian printer specializes in self-adhesive labels and shrink sleeves and will be able to perform even faster job changeovers with the new press.
A Spaceship has Landed in Palermo
“A spaceship has landed in Palermo,” Marco Mussumarra, AM Etichette, begins. “Yes, the new FA-17 is installed with great pride in our company, confirming the professionalism and friendship that connects us with Nilpeter, ever since the installation of our first press, the workhorse Nilpeter FB-3300,” he continues.
AM Etichette is an Italian family-owned business based in Palermo, Sicily. The company was founded in 2000 and specializes in the production of self-adhesive labels and shrink sleeves. AM Etichette has always chosen the best and most innovative presses on the market, out of respect for the quality of their products.
“For that reason, and for more than 20 years now, we have chosen only Nilpeter. Their presses are always on the forefront of the industry, reliable over time, never losing printing quality. We see that in our new FA-17 too, a combination of technology and speed. It really is the press of the modern operator,” Mussumarra concludes.
Lower Cost Per Label
Built around the modern print operator, with an intuitive user interface and fully mobile print controls, the Nilpeter FA-Line provides a maximum level of stability, the tightest register tolerance, and excellent printing results on multiple substrates: All normal self-adhesive materials, including flexible packaging films, polymer films, metallic films, and paper.
The FA features Nilpeter’s lightweight, easy-load sleeves for reduced setup times, easy handling, increased production speeds, higher printing quality, and impressive durability, not to mention a lower cost per label.