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Stork Prints DSI digital label system sees huge potential
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Jul '13
Over the past 6 months Stork Prints has sold multiple DSI UV inkjet systems to customers in the USA, Canada, Norway, Italy, Spain, Germany and the Gulf States. The diversity of these clients - companies in various regions of the world with 5 to over 5.000 members of staff - indicates the huge potential of the DSI digital label system.

Stork Prints is a pioneer in digital printing and active in the digital printing industry for over 25 years and has over 4000 inkjet systems installed worldwide.

The Stork Prints DSI UV inkjet label printer is the modular concept for short and medium run digital label printing. The DSI is a truly cost-effective UV inkjet label printer, offering sublime printing quality at amazing speeds. Its combination of photographic quality and a rotary screen “look and feel” makes it suitable for everything from short- to medium- and even long-run jobs.

Customers testify that this versatile unit is ideal for markets ranging from food and personal care to beverages, wine and spirits, household goods and outdoor applications.

Furthermore, for Scandinavia Stork Prints has reached an agreement which will see the Swedish based firm Convertec become its official agent for the graphics digital printing portfolio. Under the terms of the agreement, which came into effect on March 26, Convertec will distribute DSI UV inkjet label printers, DSI UV inkjet inks and related products made by the Dutch company.

Mr. Mark Huisman, Sales Manager Stork Prints states: “Volume wise, the DSI offers an increasingly attractive alternative to flexo and other printing technologies. The economies of scale are clearly visible for smaller, straightforward jobs. However, it also makes sense to use the DSI for more complex and higher-volume jobs. ”

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