Showcasing detailed, short-run and data-variable personalised projects with tactile applications such as embossing, foil, metallic effects, glitter and crystals, visitors to PrintPack can experience first-hand the visual and physical impact of Scodix-enhanced print at the exclusive Scodix galleries of the company’s partners.
Represented by Scodix’s India representative Amritpal Singh Bawa and two distribution partners — Insight Communications (Hall 9D | Stand H-30B) and Monotech Systems (Hall 9C | Stand G-33) — Scodix will focus on the new generation of Scodix Ultra B2/B1 Digital Enhancement Press 1000s Series, consisting of six presses, designed for folding carton, publishing, web2print, web2pack, and commercial and specialty print, including the Scodix flagship Ultra 6000, which accommodates full size B1 sheets for packaging converters.
Visitors will discover how they can cost-effectively enter the world of digital enhancement. Fully compatible with both B2 and B1 printing presses, a Scodix system can enhance service offerings while safeguarding uptime and crucially, maximising productivity.
“Digital enhancement provides an opportunity for printers and packaging converters to set themselves apart in the highly competitive world of print. With pressure growing on brands and creative agencies to innovate for versions of product packaging, and offer sustainable print products, more and more printers and converters are seeing the benefits they can bring to their businesses with digital enhancement,” said Ziki Kuly, Scodix president, APJ.
“India is one of the fastest growing markets worldwide and Scodix has recognised and met this growth with increased activity within the region,” said Amritpal Singh Bawa, Scodix India representative. “We design and manufacture products for the digital age that help our customers increase the value of sellable products, reduce waste, save energy and minimise environmental impact, characteristics that are becoming increasingly important for Indian converters.”