Further advantages: More finishing options, smaller print-runs
With the new Speedmaster XL, which sets new environmental standards and only uses low-migration inks and varnishes, the MPS Düren site now has two state-of-the-art Heidelberg XL printing machines of the latest generation (XL 105, XL 106). The eight colours and two coating units (double coating) allow maximum flexibility in production and offer a variety of finishing options, which are increasingly in demand on the market especially for confectionery packaging. "We meet our customer's desires for more smaller print-runs for certain, seasonal events with the new "in-press control technology". This allows setup processes to be automated and shortened", says MPS Managing Director of Operations Joachim Hoeltz. At the same time, "in-press control" measures the colours during the printing process automatically inline, which leads to a higher colour stability. So far, only a few companies have mastered this technique according to Hoeltz. The Düren site is proud of the new investments, which will help to improve the already high standard of customer service, security, sustainability and productivity.