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Friedheim surfs success to Print Show

A major supply firm that has been wrapping things up nicely in 2016 is Friedheim International, which after a spate of sales has announced it is to come in force to The Print Show, which runs from October 11th to 13th at Birmingham’s NEC.

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The Beck Serienpacker SXJ svs packaging machine is one of Friedheim International’s flagship technology solutions

The company supply all types of packaging equipment for the print industry including a range of horizontal bagging, shrink packaging, sleeving, and wrapping kit. Three new lines have been introduced by the company: a packaging machine by Beck Packautomaten, the Bograma rotary die-cutting machine, and the Wohlenberg 115 high speed cutter.

Friedheim distribute the Beck Packautomaten, a stand-alone packaging machine, the Serienpacker SXJ svs, that is suited to packaging single products, especially when utilising shipping bags in the German Maxibrief size at a speed of up to 30 packs per minute.

Compact in design and attractively priced, the new ‘basic’ is aimed at users who want their short and medium print runs to be both efficiently and cost-effectively produced


Next up is the latest rotary die-cutting machine – the BSR 550 ‘basic’ from finishing specialist Bograma. Compact in design and attractively priced, the new ‘basic’ is aimed at users who want their short and medium print runs to be both efficiently and cost-effectively produced.

Simple in operation and with short set-up times, this off-line machine is suitable for die-cutting, kiss-cutting, creasing, perforating, and embossing.

Friedheim says its decision to come to The Print Show was made on two key motivating factors, the first being the continued growth in the UK print industry’s investment cycle and its resoundingly positive reviews from its 2015 event.

Indeed, on the former point, Denny Brothers has recently eliminated a bottleneck in their production line at their factory in Bury St Edmunds caused by an aging guillotine with an investment in a Wohlenberg 115 high speed cutter.



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