A B Graphic International (ABG), is showcasing more finishing machines than ever, eager to show how they are constantly innovating to improve efficiencies and workflow for their customers.
Machines on display include: ABG’s flagship Digicon Series 3 beverage specification, including Big Foot, Flat Bed Screen and even more retrofittable modules: ABG’s new SRI3 incorporating enhanced functionality and ease of use for operators, while being fully retrofittable; DigiLite; DigiLase with a new decal option for roll-to-roll, individual pieces and A4 sheets; Vectra ECTR – for the ultimate efficiency in turret rewinders; and an RTS Sheeter.
Also on display is the first ACTEGA Ecoleaf unit in North America. This is a stand-alone unit to highlight the machine’s innovative, cost-effective and sustainable green metallisation technology developed by ABG International that is used to embellish labels, folding cartons and flexible packaging. The sustainable solution utilises a ‘liquid foil’ to completely eliminate the waste materials found with conventional hot and cold foil processes. It reduces the amount of CO₂ produced in the metallisation process by over 50%, seven times less than conventional cold foiling and the equivalent to planting over 80 trees.
Members of Enprom, ABG’s latest acquisition will also be available to talk about the latest additions to the ABG portfolio; non-stop winding technology and a range of shrink sleeve products.
In addition, ABG is also be taking part in a panel discussion at CERM’s Integration Arena, joined by CERM, Screen, Parkland International and Dr Adrian Steele from Mercian Labels. The purpose of CERM’s Integration Arena is to show how an integrated workflow that connects all different elements within a business can improve productivity.
With manufacturing facilities in the UK, Germany and Spain and a global network of sales/service offices, ABG has been manufacturing innovative print finishing equipment for nearly 70 years, during which time they have installed over 12,000 finishing machines throughout the world.
ABG’s DigiLase has a new decal option for roll-to-roll