Etimur is a family-owned converting business with nearly 30 years of experience operating in the industrial label market and servicing customers worldwide. According to the company the new press helped to increase color accuracy, enabled high ink resistance and repeatability at above par speeds.
‘We are extremely pleased with our decision. Not only due to the press itself, but also with the Screen support staff and technicians, which gives us a lot of confidence for the future,’ commented Miguel Rainho, manager and son of the Etimur’s founder.
Following the initial release of its Truepress Jet L350UV series at the end of 2013, Screen has now been able to ship more than 150 systems by the end of August 2019.
‘I believe achieving shipments of 150 units in such a short period of time and the increasingly high levels of interest in our solutions represents our recognizable status as an industry leader in the label market,’ said Carlo Sammarco, sales director for Packaging at Screen Europe.
‘Our efforts have resulted in high customer satisfaction, leading to strong repeat orders and customer-driven referral marketing.
We will continue to develop products and support networks that quickly respond to market needs. We will also continue to listen to our customers’ opinions and build trusting relationships with these customers as a priority,’ concluded Sammarco.
The newest addition to Screen presses is the Truepress Jet L350UV SAI, which debuted at Labelexpo Europe 2019. It offers an improved color reproduction as well as scalability accommodating a wide variety of market needs.