Impact Labels’ commitment to continually invest in the latest technology and equipment has resulted in the first Asia Pacific sale of the Canon LabelStream 4000.
THE IMPACT ADVANTAGE
Byron Hudghton, Managing Director, Impact Labels enjoys excellent working relationships with both customers and suppliers. Couple this with our attitude towards technological progression and you have the driving-force behind Impact Labels’ year-on-year growth since its founding in 2006. With this latest equipment acquisition Impact Labels looks forward to even better servicing our expanding customer base; and is excited at the new market opportunities the LabelStream will open. Boasting a print-width of 410mm and a production speed of 75m/min — even with Opaque White! — Impact Labels is confident to enter the digital space with a machine that suits our high standards of both quality and throughput.
Craig Nethercott, Managing Director, Canon Production Printing Oceania, says, “We are excited to have introduced the Lablestream 4000 into the Oceania market in partnership with Rodden Graphics and look forward to implementing the first system at Impact Labels.
James Rodden, Director of Rodden Graphics, comments “ We are very excited that Impact Labels has purchased the first Canon LabelStream 4000 digital machine system in Australia, and we are very confident that the installation will bring add-on value benefits to Impact Labels in the future.”
Canon Production Printing Australia and Rodden Graphics are looking forward to supporting Impact Labels with their LabelStream 4000 investment.