The first Mark Andy Digital Series press to be installed in Europe has been equipped with Vetaphone iCorona technology. The digital inkjet/flexo hybrid line has been purchased by Arti-Bau, a new start-up family business in Wroclaw, Poland, which uses it for short to medium run high end labels supplied to the eco food, cosmetics, healthcare
Vetaphone, the Danish company that invented corona and pioneered plasma surface treatment, has announced two new partnerships inline with its continued sales success in the Middle East and Asia-Pacific regions. To boost further growth and strengthen market share, Nilpeter Dubai will be responsible for the GCC markets, and Haotian will look after the Vietnam North
Vetaphone’s VP Sales & Marketing, Kevin McKell, was on hand at the recent BPIF Label Association event at Mark Andy’s showroom and demo facility in Macclesfield to outline the basics of corona treatment to a more than a dozen label converting companies from the UK and Ireland. Entitled ‘Printing by Numbers’ the two-day event
When Vetaphone CSO Jan Eisby pulled Lukas Gracias’ ‘selfie’ out of the competition box, not only did the lucky guy from SOMA win an iPad Air2, but the event highlighted the developing partnership between the two manufacturers. The aim of the competition was to increase brand awareness for the Danish Corona Treater manufacturer, and was
Corona treatment is a well-proven and simple way to achieve good adhesion of inks, additives and lacquers on a variety of substrates. But while most converters know of its importance, many see it only as an auxiliary product – a box that is mounted near the unwinder on the press, and fail to appreciate what
In response to a period of sustained and extensive growth, Corona pioneer Vetaphone has appointed Camilla Petersen as Head of Order Processing. Camilla, who joined Vetaphone in 2011, will have overall responsibility for the order processing system and spare parts, and the optimisation of information from customer-order to shipment. Camilla is also studying for a
The pioneer of corona treatment technology, Danish company Vetaphone, has taken steps to boost its support for customers in the Asia Pacific wide-web market by entering into cooperative agreements with experienced partners in Australia and The Philippines. Maxteq is the new partner in Australia, and it brings 20 years of experience in the film market.
Vetaphone, the Corona treatment pioneer and the narrow web market leader, announces the sale of its first EASI-Plasma VE2E surface treatment unit to be fitted to a narrow web press. Designed and developed in cooperation with French manufacturing partner CPI, the 820mm unit (treatment width 760mm), will be installed on an Omet press in Germany.
What is the future of water based inks and adhesives on raw BOPP? Ronni Nielsen, Project Manager at Danish manufacturer Vetaphone, analyses the problem, and provides the solution. Today, the use of water based inks and adhesives on raw BOPP is limited, without the added use of an expensive primer. The reason behind this is