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Poland’s Aniflex takes on new Xeikon Panther PX330

Polish company Aniflex Glowacka Wojtaszek has invested in a five-colour Xeikon Panther PX3300 inkjet digital press to support its ongoing growth strategy.

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[L to R] Michal Kuczkowski, sales manager, for labels and packaging at Xeikon, with Maciej Wojtaszek, co-owner of Aniflex, and Lukasz Smok, head of production at Aniflex

The Panther PX3300 replaces an older inkjet machine that had been in use at the Tomaszów plant for a number of years. 

The new machine can print on substrates up to 350mm wide at a maximum speed of 50m/min, while PantherCure inks allows Aniflex to deliver durable and abrasion-resistant labels with high gloss.

Maciej Wojtaszek, co-owner of Aniflex, comments: “The investment in the new Xeikon press has significantly increased the technological capacity of our plant and allowed us to exploit the sales potential for low- and medium-volume orders, as well as helped us cut delivery time – all of which enable us to stay competitive.”

Michal Kuczkowski, sales manager for labels and packaging at Xeikon, adds: “The Xeikon PX3300 supports a wide variety of substrates: PP, PE, PET, self-adhesive paper, vinyl, metallised and clear-on-clear transparent materials, and is extremely useful in the production of labels for industrial, chemical and household use, as well as for cosmetics and health care, and alcohol, beer and other beverage labels.”

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