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CS Labels host knowledge sharing open house for the label industry with Xeikon

Posted in CS Labels News by Ali Wileman on 09:22 May 19th, 2015
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We’ll be welcoming a very select group of label industry peers to our manufacturing facility on 17th June 2015.  Xeikon are running an exclusive preview event which will feature our new Cheetah press, the fastest high quality digital label press on the market. The event will also provide a preview of what to expect at the Labelexpo Brussels exhibition later this year.

Xeikon Cheetah

Invited guests can also enjoy a presentation by our MD Simon Smith who will be talking about how he transformed the company after leaving the banking industry. And there will also be three knowledge enhancing workshops on the operational cost of digital label production, how digital can bringing added value/additional margin to your business, and a final one entitled “Digital workflow, opportunity or complexity”.

There will also be a factory tour.

At CS Labels we are a big believer in raising awareness of digital print. And we place a lot of emphasis on innovation in our business. Our brave and bold steps into the unknown are often a first for the industry. Recently we were the first company to be able to properly print digital flexible pouches, and our new wraparound style peel and reveal labels are groundbreaking.

To that end, we’re more than happy to share our successes with our peers at events like this. We believe the market as a whole will benefit from more education as regards digital print, like for example how it’s now easier than ever to swap to digital, even if your print runs are relatively long. After all who wouldn’t want to enjoy shorter lead times, less stock holding and zero origination costs – and all of this within the reach of your packaging and marketing budget.

So we’re naturally very excited about this event, the main star of the show of course being our new super-fast Xeikon Cheetah press, one of the fastest on the planet.

Stay tuned...