Three printing technologies under one roof

Digital printing became the third printing technology back in 2001


  • HP Indigo 25K
  • For industrial applications and customized packaging
CMYK basic colors plus white and special colors
Resolution: 812 dpi at 8 Bit (standard)
Mashine print width 746 mm (untrimmed)
Substrates: all commonly flexible packaging industry materials
Sterilizable and pasteurizable applications
With metallic effect
Shortest "time to market"

Flexographic Printing

  • Rational production of product lines thanks to quick text and color changes
  • Combining the benefits of two printing technologies
Up to 9 colors (8+1) with integrated gravure printing unit
Opaque and high-density colors, special coating applications
HD quality with 100% visual inline control system

Gravure Printing

  • Rational production of product lines with maximum printing quality thanks to quick text and color changes
  • Efficient for small and large print runs thanks to the latest technology
Up to 10 colors
Top quality printing
100% visual inline control system

LF/LH Laminating

  • Solvent-free or solvent-based laminating depending on the filling material and stability process
  • Combining plastic, paper, aluminum, metal Foil, barrier coatings and fluid media
2 to 4-fold lamination


  • Laser scoring or laser perforation
  • Can be delivered in roll form or as pre-made bags
Laser scoring for controlled opening
Laser perforation for package ventilation

We offer quick, personal consulting

Over 20 years ago, we were pioneers for environmental sustainability in the flexible packaging industry – and we have been continuously expanding our knowledge ever since.

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