Canadian Packaging

First Domino-powered MPS EF SYMJET press sold in NA

By Canadian Packaging staff   

Automation General Coding & Labeling Printing Domino Domino N610i press EF SYMJET hybrid press Meyers printing MPS Systems North America

Meyers is the first company in North America to purchase the MPS EF SYMJET press, powered by Domino.

MINNEAPOLIS, MN—Meyers, a Minneapolis, MN-based label, card, signage and display company has reinvested in cutting edge technology with the addition of the EF SYMJET hybrid press.

The addition deepens Meyers already impressive array of capabilities and makes the company the first in North America to add this press to its facility.

The revolutionary combination of MPS Systems North America’s superior printing and converting technology and Domino’s impressive N610i 7-color digital UV (ultraviolet) inkjet label press will allow Meyers to deliver a much larger variety of premium print treatments at lower costs to its customers.

Meyers’ decision to purchase the MPS EF SYMJET powered by Domino was driven by the company’s desire to advance its digital offering.

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“We have great confidence in MPS technology and innovation,” says Meyers Label and Card Groups president Gregg Temple. “The addition of the hybrid MPS press to our operation has provided the biggest positive impact on our business that we have seen in the past 10 years. Historically, MPS process stability coupled with operator-friendly innovations has had a major impact on our productivity and delivered the lowest defect percentages in the history of the company.”

MPS Systems North America vice-president Kees Nijenhuis adds: “Meyers and MPS have been close partners for a number of years. Our tenure made Meyers a great fit as the launching customer of our EF SYMJET hybrid press in the North American Market. We are very excited to take the next step in our successful partnership.”

MPS expects strong growth in the hybrid market as the need increases to bridge the gap between digital and flexographic printing.

The EF SYMJET combines the automated MPS EF platform and the Domino N610i 7-color digital UV inkjet label press, offering the best of both worlds in a truly integrated solution.

The EF SYMJET offers Meyers extreme flexibility and very short turnaround times, which are required in today’s dynamic and competitive market.

About Meyers


Meyers, a Midwest-based printing company, designs and manufactures innovative signage, label and card solutions to support retail marketing efforts. Their products can be found paired with the nation’s top merchandise at virtually every retail outlet in the U.S.. Meyers partners with both the world’s most established brands and emerging companies to help them achieve their goals and increase market share. The company’s commitment to innovation, collaboration and creative problem solving allows Meyers to engineer solutions that keep clients one step ahead of their competition in the retail marketing space. Company information at www.meyers.com.

About MPS


MPS Systems North America, located in Green Bay, Wis., manufactures, sells and services high-end printing and converting machines for the pressure-sensitive and packaging printing markets. A subsidiary of MPS Systems BV, which is headquartered in the Netherlands, the company is responsible for many revolutionary innovations like Crisp.Dot and Automated Print Control (APC) including Job Memory. A team of field service technicians is available in North America that is fully trained for the installation and after-sale service of MPS presses. Company information available at www.mps4u.com/northamerica.

About Domino


Domino is a leading manufacturer and distributor of digital printing and product identification solutions. Celebrating its 39th year in business, Domino is a global organization with world headquarters in the U.K., with 25 subsidiaries, greater than 200 distributors, representation in over 120 countries, and 2,600 employees worldwide. North American headquarters are located in Gurnee, IL. Visit www.dominodigitalprinting.com for more information.

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