Colour label press creates new opportunities in the label print market
Konica Minolta has announced the availability of the bizhub PRESS C71cf, creating new opportunities for commercial printers in the label print market.
David Cascarino, national manager Industrial Print, Konica Minolta Australia, said, “The number of high-mix, low-volume print jobs continues to increase and print companies need to complete orders within shorter lead times. Printing demands that were difficult to fulfil with conventional presses can now be processed efficiently thanks to the flexibility of digital printing.
“The bizhub PRESS C71cf is ideal for label printers who are looking to shift volumes from conventional presses to digital so they can deal with shorter print-run lengths, requests for faster delivery times, personalisation and versioning, and the production of on-demand runs.”
The bizhub PRESS C71cf offers outstanding productivity, brilliant image quality and a surprising ease of use. The innovative label printer is ideal for commercial printers looking to expand into new markets, and perfectly complements existing analogue machines.
The bizhub PRESS C71cf delivers superb colour, in a wide variety of label formats to make a huge impact on the shelf, and is suited to a wide range of applications across food and beverage, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, and other manufactured products. Labels can be printed on pressure-sensitive paper in gloss, semi-gloss or matte finish, wine stocks, white BOPP, polypropylene in matte or gloss, and other specialty substrates.
David Cascarino said, “The bizhub PRESS C71cf demonstrates Konica Minolta’s commitment to helping commercial printers open up new opportunities for revenue in a changing print market by delivering new technologies and innovations that help professional printers produce high quality products that are flexible enough to meet market demand.
“The bizhub PRESS C71cf ticks all the boxes for short-run label printing in high-quality colour, and is ideal for commercial printers looking to expand into the label print market to take advantage of this growing area of print.”
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