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Print firm to purchase additional EFI presses

Visual Impact PrePrint, the digital division of sheet-feeding company Corrugated Synergies International (CSI), has announced plans to invest in two additional Nozomi presses from EFI.

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CSI has invested in three EFI Nozomi presses

The investment follows the firm’s successful launch of high-volume, high-graphic direct-to-board corrugated packaging printing on an EFI Nozomi C18000 single-press LED inkjet press.

The 71-inch wide EFI Nozomi single-pass inkjet press operates at speeds up to 75 linear metres per minute.

According to CSI, the Nozomi’s high-speed corrugated production solution has allowed the company to capture significant new market opportunities at its new trade printing operation in New Mexico.

The firm plans to expand its Nozomi collection with the installation of a second press at its Las Vegas facility and a third in an undisclosed location.

After receiving a significant number of requests for quotes, samples and proofs, the word really got out about the press’s amazing capabilities

Vice president of manufacturing and print at CSI, Jeffrey Dumbach, says: “We are having great success with our first Nozomi in New Mexico. After receiving a significant number of requests for quotes, samples and proofs, the word really got out about the press’s amazing capabilities.

“The larger digital volumes, extreme high quality and faster time to market enabled by the Nozomi have driven many of our customers to take on jobs they probably wouldn’t have turned down before because of the limited capacity that exists with multi-pass digital.

“Our customers are blown away with the image quality and the pop of Nozomi print with its high gloss. We’re happy and we have some very happy customers.”

If you have any news, please email carys@linkpublishing.co.uk, or join in with the conversation on Twitter.


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