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Walki invests in new printing kit for Poland plant

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Walki invests in new printing kit for Poland plant

Walki invests in new printing kit for Poland plant
August 28
09:30 2012

Finland-based laminates and protective packaging material firm Walki Group has said that it will invest in a new multi-colour flexographic printing machine in Poland

In a statement,  the firm said it has made the investment in a Comexi FW-series machine “to further enhance the printing quality of its ream wrap products offered to Central and Eastern European markets”.

The investment includes a new 10-colour flexo printing machine that will be utilised in the production of ream wrap used mainly for the wrapping of A4 and A3 copy paper reams.

The new machine, estimated to be in full production during the fourth quarter of 2013, will be located at its recently opened Jatne plant, situated near South-East from Warsaw.

Spanish firm Comexi Group will supply the machine. The firm said that the printing machine has the possibility to use 10 colours giving its “customers more possibilities in terms of design and special effects”.


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