Heidelberg is expanding its portfolio for packaging manufacturers and is presenting a range of products designed for digital UV inkjet printing at interpack, which kicked off in Dusseldorf this week.The printing solutions supplied by the company's Linoprint business area are part of the new Heidelberg digital printing portfolio designed for cost-effective production of short print runs and individualised print products.
Heidelberg is presenting the latest Linoprint solutions developed specifically for the packaging industry and consumer goods manufacturers at the show.
The press giant is showing how folding-carton boxes produced in offset can be individualized using UV inkjet technology. Consumer goods, packaging and bottling companies benefit from solutions that enable individual branding and labeling with a choice of substrate options.
Heidelberg claims that its DriveLine C printing system developed for folding-carton boxes and blanks makes it possible to print short runs with high-quality logos or labels in different language versions.