DG press ServiceS, internationally renowned for its meticulous service on Drent Goebel machines, announces their premiere at Labelexpo Shanghai, late last year, an opportunity-rich success.
“We have recorded a high interest in our machines, especially the Vision SP and Gazelle presses”, concludes Peter Kloppers, Director of DG press ServiceS. “Chinese printers and visitors from abroad have shown an abounded interest in our offerings as they offer a very interesting ROI. The quality of the visitors was extremely high and very promising.”
The Vision SP is the newest narrow web press, developed by DG press ServiceS, enabling printers to streamline their workflow while at the same time featuring high quality cost-effective printing. It is ideal to print on thin foils, as well as many other specified label substrates and papers including aluminum and laminates. With its width of 520 and 850 mm, companies can thus produce offset quality food and non-food packaging, bottle wrappers, shrink sleeves and even in-mold labels. An upgrade option for existing Vision press users is available.
“Apart from the new Vision SP, our existing family of shaft-driven Gazelle offset presses has been in high demand, says Peter Kloppers. “Just like the Vision SP, the Gazelle offers high quality printing for many products while at the same time increasing efficiency not only via fast job format changes.”
In addition, DG press ServiceS transferred and installed a used Drent VSOP press in China, coming from Mexico. A big Chinese printing house is now enabled to print packaging jobs with an affordable investment. With the launch of the Vision SP, DG press ServiceS continues to target printers appreciating the advantages of high quality package printing by developing a solution with a very interesting ROI.
“This installation in China is part of our core business of delivering services and maintenance on former Drent Goebel presses, and underlines our knowledge and abilities to support printers all over the world. Our installation teams are delivering constant high craftsmanship”, so Peter Kloppers. “This installation proves that we can service this family of presses directly and efficiently.”