Colordyne Technologies partners with Memjet using its inkjet technology to power its digital printing solutions. In this new white paper, Memjet discusses the need for converters to offer digital printing capabilities to expand their profit opportunities.
The notion of running short run labels for customers with multiple SKUs was never on Frank Bobick’s radar. As the marketing and business development manager of Process Label Systems, Inc. (PLS), a custom converter based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Bobick surmised that these types of orders simply didn’t fit his company’s flexographic printing business model –
The Millennial Conversion: Label converters adopt cutting edge technology for highly customized short run digital labels. By Taylor Buckthorpe, originally published in Packaging Strategies August 2015 issue By now, the print label industry is quite familiar with emergence of digital printing, and acknowledges the need for converters to wholeheartedly embrace digital alongside the pillars of their flexographic and analog
After watching market trends and predicting the advent of a greater need for digital short run label printing demands, Gulf States Label proactively invested in Colordyne Technologies’ cutting edge 3600 Series Retrofit platform. With the help of the installation experts at Styers Equipment Company, the fully integrated 3600 Series Retrofit is propelling Gulf States into the
Colordyne Technologies and Styers Equipment Company recently teamed up to retrofit a 25-year-old inline flexo press with a new state-of-the-art digital print engine for Action Label Company. The reason for the retrofit conversion was to perform short run work more quickly and efficiently, said Andy Espinoza, vice president of Denver, Colorado-based Action Label. “We do a lot of
Colordyne Technologies is inviting converters and packaging suppliers throughout Wisconsin and Northern Illinois to attend the Label & Package Printing Industry Day, 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday, June 25, at Potawatomi Hotel and Casino, 1721 W. Canal St., Milwaukee. The day-long seminar, co-sponsored by Colordyne, aims to educate attendees on the current trends affecting