At this years The Print Show, Friedheim International have chosen to do things a little different. Instead of filling our stand with lots of machines running limited workflows, we will be concentrating all our efforts on putting finished products in the hands of the visitors. It’s one thing to know what one of our machines is capable of, quite another to see the hundreds of effects and embellishment options available. With companies such as Komfi – laminators, KAMA – die cutters with hot foil stamping and specialist folder gluers for carton, Bograma – rotary die cutters, H+H – speciality folding and mailing products to name just a few of our 27 manufacturers.
Product samples from most of our 27 manufacturers will be on display
We’ve spent the last 134 years specialising in finishing solutions – finding out what customers and the industry needs and delivering these solutions is the reason why we’ve been in operation so long.
On our stand we will have the Komfi Amiga Delta 52 thermal laminator, Zechini Iota and Roby Junior 2, book binding machines. On the stand itself we will have samples and finished products from KAMA, Duran, Bograma and Herzog + Heymann specifically for the packaging industry. Boxes and cartons in different finishes and produced for different industries.
On our stand we will have the Zechini Iota, Zechini Roby Junior 2 and the Komfi Delta 52 in full production
On Tuesday and Wednesday, our very own Howard Cherry, Sales Specialist for Post-Press solutions will be talking about why investing in finishing is a company’s lifeline to the future. Many print, and packaging professionals believe that the main thing about their product is the print, however, until you have run the “product” through the finishing department it’s simply substrate with some colour on it. Once the finishing department is done – then you can sell it!
On our stand we will have Dejan Mamula, Sales Manager for Zechini. He’s here to not just promote the book production side of Zechini, but to take about their luxury box making lines and their new robotic pick and place machine that mimics the behaviour of the operator to learn.