It’s rare to find a company as focused and excited about the future as QLM Label Makers. With a clear direction, articulated at its recent sales conference in Melbourne and two new flagship installations at its Moorabbin label factory, there’s plenty of WOW factor ahead for the company which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.
The theme of the company’s recent conference, which included staff members from across Australia, was ‘How to WOW’ – following on from their previous ‘DIGI-WOW’ campaigns that promoted the digital capabilities of the group and coinciding with the installation of their HP Indigo 6600 Digital Press.
That campaign – and the press – have proven so effective that the company has now added to its digital print capacity with the installation of a second HP Indigo digital press – this time, the HP Indigo 6K model – and has also expanded and streamlined its label finishing and embellishment options with an ABG Digicon Series 3 finishing system, both from Currie Group.
According to Lindsay Nutley, Business Enablement Manager for QLM, these recent investments continue the company’s commitment to top-of-the-line production facilities to meet market demand. “Many of our clients operate in a space which demands premium embellishments, photographic image quality with deep blacks and consistent quality,” Lindsay explains.
“We need to deliver innovative solutions at the highest quality standards, with speed to market and at an economical price point. The new press and finishing line will allow us to deliver that WOW experience, with sustainable business practices which respect the skill and technology that go into producing a quality product.”
Mark Daws, Director – Labels & Packaging ANZ for Currie Group, explains that the HP Indigo 6K Digital Press is an exceptionally versatile, seven-colour machine which offers the flexibility to handle a vast range of applications from labels to flexible packaging.
“It’s highly productive and offers unsurpassed print quality using HP Indigo’s unique electrophotography printing technology to image to a diverse range of substrates, and makes use of the latest production efficiencies to meet the requirements of a truly ‘on-demand’ market – in short, it’s ideal for a busy operation like QLM,” he says.
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