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Konica Minolta strengthens label firepower

Konica Minolta has launched the AccurioLabel 190, a new full-digital toner press that, in Europe, was developed and manufactured in cooperation with Danish finishing specialist Grafisk Maskinfabrik (GM).

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Konica Minolta officially launched the new AccurioLabel 190 at Labelexpo

Detailing the new solutions in an official statement, Konica Minolta says that the AccurioLabel 190 benefits from “stable colour consistency” and 1200x1200 dpi offset-style quality. 

Users will not be required to undertake any form of pre-coating as the European version of the device comes with a web guiding system as a standard.

The AccurioLabel 190 has been introduced to succeed the C71cf, the company’s first full-digital label press system that has proved a popular choice since it was launched at Labelexpo two years ago.

Charles Lissenburg, general manager, professional print division at Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe, says: “Today marks important milestones for Konica Minolta as we accelerate our business developments in the industrial production print markets, with labels a key growth area.

Our proven digital toner technology is used extensively at customer sites across the globe and is backed by world-class service and support that is provided locally, along with delivery of parts and consumables

“We are extremely proud of just how far we have come in a short space of time since entering the labels market. Our proven digital toner technology is used extensively at customer sites across the globe and is backed by world-class service and support that is provided locally, along with delivery of parts and consumables.”

Confirmation of the new launch comes as Konica Minolta also announced a major client milestone by securing the 100th customer for its label systems.

Robert Gallagher, production director at UK customer Soabar, comments: “We chose Konica Minolta because the service side has been fantastic, as has been the support and back-up. 

“They didn’t just sell us the machine, it’s everything else they have helped us with, we won’t get it any better anywhere else.”

Konica Minolta was also in attendance at The Print Show this month as it sought to spread the word about its latest kit, and reported a high level of interest in its technology at the event.

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