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LabelProfi addresses demand with HP

Slovenian labels and packaging converter LabelProfi has opted to purchase the HP Indigo Pack Ready Lamination Solution in order to deliver faster packaging solutions on its HP Indigo WS6800 digital presses.

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Pack Ready includes Pack Ready Laminator, which is manufactured and supplied by Karlville, as well as Pack Ready Lamination Film by certified suppliers

The company says the move will allow it to keep up with trends in the flexible packaging market.

LabelProfi has secured interest in the solution from its customers across the food, cosmetics and general consumer goods sectors, and sees an opportunity to meet demand to deliver for marketing campaigns and personalised products.

Uroš Slemenik, founder and chief executive, LabelProfi, comments: “We always aim to offer our clients the most up-to-date technologies. We want our digital labels customers to enjoy the same flexibility for their flexible packaging products, and also benefit from shorter delivery times and more flexible production.

In our opinion, the Pack Ready solution is the smartest answer to the market need

“With a new Pack Ready Laminator by Karlville, we can deliver finished products to the customers in a fraction of the time compared with conventional services. In our opinion, the Pack Ready solution is the smartest answer to the market needs.

“Since we already have suitable printing machines we first invested in the finishing solution.”

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