Tresu showcases its ancillary products at Labelexpo India

By 02 Nov 2012

Tresu Group, global supplier of flexo presses and ancillaries for the flexo and offset printing market, displayed its latest developments in its chamber doctor blade systems for narrow- and mid-web at Labelexpo India. The company exhibited at the stand of its recently appointed agency, Capital Graphic Supplies (New Delhi).

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Tresu offers FlexiPrint Reservoir Chamber Doctor Blade System for narrow-web water- and UV-flexo presses and the FlexiPrint IMW Chamber Doctor Blade System E-Line, for water-, UV- and solvent based inks and mid-web flexo coating.

"Our range of chamber doctor blades enables us to provide a unique service to each individual printer," says Henrik Kristensen, sales director, TRESU Ancillary. "We can assure quality results at high print speeds and minimise make ready time. TRESU is constantly working with leading flexo and offset press manufacturers and specifically major narrow-web manufacturers on chamber solutions, to develop adapted versions which seamlessly fit into any press design."
 
Commenting on the Indian market Kristensen added, “. We have introduce our ancillary products in the Indian market .Indian print industry is growing and we want to part of the growth story over here.” 
 
Tresu has partnerships with several of the world's leading flexo and offset press makers, developing a wide range of auxiliary products for narrow-, mid- and wide-web printing and coating situations. The company has also recently launched TRESU Webshop, so customers can order original ancillary and spare parts as well as consumables directly and at highly competitive prices with authenticity guaranteed.

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