Wonder Pac India installs Jetsci Colornovo

By 04 Mar 2019

Sonipat-based Wonder Pac India has installed Jetsci Colornovo full-colour UV inkjet label production press. The machine has been running at the company shopfloor since January 2019. The deal was signed during Labelexpo India in November 2018.

The Wonder Pac team with the Colornovo

Trilok Mittal of Wonder Pac India said, “We were looking for a digital label printing solution for almost two years to meet our short- and medium-run demands. We selected Jetsci Colornovo after extensive trials for quality, reliability and productivity it offers. It being a UV inkjet technology, we found it to be the most flexible and cost-effective solutions available and most importantly backed by the trustworthy support of Monotech Systems.”

He said with Colornovo, Wonder Pac will now be able to run almost every flexo label substrate/ stock without major challenges.

“We are now able to deliver our jobs in the shortest turnaround time with the help of specifically designed Jetsci Colornovo for digital label production, which includes digital printing, post-flexo finishing and converting. Most of the jobs on this machine can be completed in one pass,” he said.

He added that the company will gradually move all its short-run jobs to this machine and free up the flexo machine for long-run jobs.

Jimit Mittal, vice-president, inkjet products and solutions, Monotech Systems, said, “The deal took place at Labelexpo India last year and now, we are proud to announce the first installation of Jetsci Colornovo at Wonder Pac.”

Mittal said a few more installations are in the pipeline in Mumbai, China and Italy. “We have got a great response for Colornovo, which was fully conceptualised and developed in India. Digital is the future and UV inkjet is the most preferred technology due to its flexibility, productivity and fastest ROI,” he added.


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