Drupa 2024: Landa, Gelato announce collaboration to drive innovation

Landa Digital Printing and Gelato has announced a collaboration between both parties that redefines the possibilities of print. The partnership leverages Landa's nanographic print technology and customer network, and Gelato's global software platform – GelatoConnect – for the delivery of on-demand, short-to-medium run, digitally printed jobs with unparalleled print quality.

31 May 2024 | By Rahul Kumar

(l-r) Henrik Müller of Gelato with Gil Oron of Landa

Utilising Gelato’s robust fulfilment network, present in more than 32 countries, digital print partners also benefit from streamlined workflows, enhanced market reach, and a shared commitment from both companies toward enhanced sustainability.

Gil Oron, CEO, Landa Digital Printing, said, “We are delighted to partner with Gelato who have an excellent global business model with a product and machine-agnostic software, GelatoConnect, that will drive volume and increase profitability in our customers’ production facilities thereby enabling us to broaden the use of Nanography across the globe.”

He added, “With more than 56 presses in the market within print businesses both large and small, nanography is now a mature, robust, and future-proofing technology, driving production efficiency with high-quality output thereby supporting creators around the world – our customers.”

Gelato is a software company that enables a digital print-on-demand facility to significantly improve end-to-end production efficiency. GelatoConnect allows a single print facility to compete effectively with the old traditional and legacy bound manufacturing facility with local, on-demand production on a global scale through the world’s largest network for production on demand.

Henrik Muller-Hansen, CEO and founder of Gelato, said, “Landa presses are redefining the print and packaging landscape. Together, with Gelato, we can serve our print customers by empowering them with the right technology and software to optimise efficiency, quality, and profitability.”