“We are focusing on increasing our current efficiencies as well as providing ourselves the opportunity to explore new markets, and the Nilpeter FA-17 ticks all the boxes,” says Paul Devlin, Operations Manager, MSO.
MSO, a leading FMCG packaging specialist based in Belfast, Ireland, has acquired a new 10-colour Nilpeter FA-17 UV-flexo press. Nilpeter and MSO completed an online factory acceptance test, and the press will now be shipped to Ireland.
Manufacturing solutions since 1876, MSO pursues excellence and is well-equipped to meet the demands of today’s self-adhesive label and folding carton customers. MSO’s printers are highly skilled, knowledgable, and committed to achieve the best possible result every time. MSO enjoys the use of low migration ink printing facilities that meet all current food regulation standards ensuring that both customers and consumers are safe.
Ticks All The Boxes
"MSO is currently investing heavily in upgrading equipment throughout the factory. For the investment in the labels department, we are focusing on increasing our current efficiencies as well as providing ourselves the opportunity to explore new markets, and the Nilpeter FA-17 ticks all the boxes. We have a long-standing positive relationship with Nilpeter and look forward to continuing that into the future,“ says Paul Devlin, Operations Manager, MSO.
A Great Company To Work With
"This is the fourth Nilpeter press we have delivered to MSO, they are a great company to work with, and we look forward to working together in the future,” says Nick Hughes, Managing Director, Nilpeter Ltd.
Built Around the Modern Printing Operator
The FA-17 is built around the modern printing operator, with an intuitive user interface and fully mobile print controls. A benchmark of flexibility and modularity, the FA allows printers to enhance the performance of their press with a high level of automation. Last but not least, all main components are produced in-house at Nilpeter in Denmark and the United States, meaning higher production quality and control.