Labelexpo Europe 2017: Siegwerk to exhibit; India operations to go toluene-free next year

By 21 Aug 2017

The printing ink specialist Siegwerk will highlight its label and package printing innovations and trends as it showcases range of inks and services with a focus on product safety.


“Our new ink series for UV flexo printing is called Sicura Nutriflex Pro. It offers highly pigmented colours that are HD-certified while being suitable for all food and pharma-related applications,” said Rolf Montag, product manager BU narrow web at Siegwerk. “Furthermore, our UV offset series Sicura Nutriboard 2 for paper and selected films as well as Sicura Nutriplast 2 for plastics are both excellent ink solutions for heavy-duty applications.”

Siegwerk will also showcase its latest developments of metallic inks and different OPVs of its Sicura Nutriflex LEDTec range, “the first-ever migration optimised LED UV flexo series for food and pharma packaging launched on the market.”

“We also develop high quality inkjet inks for labels and are working on some for packaging applications too,” added Rolf Montag. With Sicura Nutri Jet UV-Inkjet, Siegwerk provides a low migration inkjet ink series for food and pharma packaging that works with different inkjet printing head technologies.

The company will also talk about the range of services related to guidance and support, for example in terms of process optimisation, complexity reduction and efficiency gains for printing shops.

While addressing an august gathering during the International Packaging Conclave in New Delhi, Ashish Pradhan, CEO, Siegwerk India, announced that the company’s India operations will go toluene-free in 2018. “This is our commitment to high product safety and food safety,” said Pradhan. Siegwerk is toluene-free worldwide.



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