Pemara Labels has extended its digital printing capabilities to include small to medium print runs of digitally printed cartons, which offers cost effective solution for clients who require lower run sizes across a number of variants of cartons.
Now in its third generation of digital printing Pemara has commissioned its HP Indigo 6000 Label press to also print cartons, which are designed to accommodate the needs of pharmaceuticals and other healthcare manufacturers.
Damien Prunty, general manager at Pemara says, “The big winners are customers who are in the process of re-branding or have numerous products in their product range.
“As there are no colour plates with digital printing, this can save customers with multiple kinds a huge amount of money that they can spend on promoting their brand across other channels.”
The label producer says other benefits include accuracy of print, lead-times and lower unit cost.
Pemara outlines its entire carton production process is completed under one roof at the Melbourne plant to rigorous quality, environmental & GMP standards.
The company uses the latest CAD (Computer Aided Design) 3D technology, giving them the ability to customise cartons from a single product with real sample mock-ups to the customer in days.
Pemara is a privately owned business established in 1966 with four printing plants and five sales offices in SE Asia and Australia. Pemara’s presence extends to Melbourne, Sydney, Kuala Lumpur, Ho Chi Minh City and Jakarta employing over 250 staff.