Profecta says it hopes the new flexo press will lower production costs.
October 15, 2013
by Canadian Packaging Staff
St-Hubert, QC—Canadian label printer Profecta Labels Inc. has purchased it’s first Nilpeter FB-3300 13″ UV (ultra violet) flexo press.
Founded in 1992, the St-Hubert-based Profecta has gained the reputation of being one of the best label printers in the province of Quebec. Offering the best of both worlds, flexo and digital printing all under one roof. Through constant investment in technology and human capital Profecta remains focused on fulfilling current and future customer needs. We have the team, the equipment and the best in quality standards.
This newly acquired press is equipped with a state-of-the-art register control system which guarantees a perfect register for the most complex of images and graphic designs that maximize the use of process colors or PMS with white and foil effects.
“Thanks to the high running speeds and fast change-over’s, we expect to reduce our production costs while offering top quality printing to our customers,” says Profecta owner Pierre Robege.
“The purchase of the Nilpeter FB-3300 will bridge the print quality gap between the Indigo and flexo printing processes enabling Profecta to offer existing and new clients new products. Labels without limits,” adds Profecta product manager Sylvain Linguin.