Gallus Promotes "One Pass Productivity" at Print 05
Press release from the issuing company
As the world's leading narrow web press manufacturer, the Gallus Group continues to develop new and innovative products and services designed to help converters operate more efficiently and profitably. Its position as the market and technology leader is due to focusing on the printer's needs. Gallus' inline presses have flexible modular design, advanced technology, ecological performance and operational efficiency. In 1999, Gallus entered an agreement with Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG. Gallus and Heidelberg co-operate closely on marketing, distribution and technology - with enormous synergistic effects for printers around the globe. Since it's founding in 1923, Gallus has grown continuously, employing 500 people and producing machines in Germany and Switzerland.
What you will see: Our "Expert Spot" will highlight and demo the latest Gallus technology such as "Plug and Print", sleeve technology and "Flying Imprint". We will demo a functional module of the EM 510 S press never before on display in North America. You will see the ease of make ready. We offer you a variety of samples from labels to carton, produced on various Gallus presses and all in “one pass productivity”. You can speak with experts who are in the narrow web, flexographic and multiple process converting technologies. We are excited to share the latest in packaging solutions and innovations that Gallus offers.
Gallus EM 510 S - Modular platform 20” rotary web press providing superb process flexibility with flexo, hot stamp, laminating, embossing and varnishing in one pass. Integrated servo drives ensure superb quality and enables job recall, pre-setting and auto register. Substrates from film to carton make possible a myriad of applications.
Gallus will also be at Labelexpo Europe 2005, stand 5B50. Gallus is exhibiting three machines from its extensive range of narrow web technology designed to suit the widest range of applications.
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