Enterprise Print Group Invests in Mouvent LB702-UV
Kirk Icuss, President and CEO of Enterprise Print Group, spoke about his company’s decision to invest in a Mouvent LB702-UV from BOBST, a high productivity, high quality digital label press that will take on anything thrown at it – from short to long runs.
“In the current market environment, it is vital that we have repeatability and reliability in our printing equipment, while also eliminating waste for our customers,” he said. “Digital printing gives us the tools we need to keep our customers completely happy.”
For Enterprise Print Group, based in Knoxville, Tennessee, it represents another evolution of a long and proud history. Originally founded as Consolidated Products, over 30 years ago, the company prides itself on delivering value-added printing solutions to hundreds of customers. It produces durable labels for outdoor lawn and garden products, home appliances, medical devices, specialty retail and more.
“We chose the name ‘Enterprise’ because it captures our commitment to drive value throughout our customers’ business,” said Icuss. “We are a printing company yes, but we are a service organization first and foremost. And delivering the best possible service to our customers sometimes means investing in the latest equipment, such as our new Mouvent press.”
A machine that offers limitless, profitable digital label production
The Mouvent LB702-UV addresses 90% of all label jobs cost effectively up to 8,000 linear meters (315,000 linear feet) run length, delivering an output of up to 200,000 sqm (2.1 million sqf) per month, with printing speeds of up to 100 m/min (330 fpm). Vitally, quality is not compromised, ensuring Enterprise Print Group’s customer expectations are always met. The Mouvent LB702-UV delivers 1200 x 1200 dpi native resolution for finest lines, smoothest gradients, sharpest images and most vibrant colors.
The digital inkjet Mouvent Technology allows fast and easy industrial label production for printing on a wide range of substrates such as paper, self-adhesive labels and flexible materials, at a better total cost of ownership than even the most cost-effective traditional processes. The machine comes with six colors plus white, delivering a wide color gamut. The option to include white ink to print with 70% opacity (at up to 45 m/min) was an important factor for Icuss and his team.