Nordvalls, Sweden's leading producer of printed labels, invests 20 million kronor in two digital printing presses. The machines will be installed at the company's plant in Sjöbo in autumn this year and it is expected that the first press will be brought into operation at the end of the year. The investment is one of the biggest in the company's history and is another step in the company's plan to consolidate its leading position on the Swedish and Nordic label market.
"Our industry is undergoing rapid change. We have to keep to shorter series and comply with more stringent demands from our customers, while also overhaul our machines to ensure we remain competitive. It is also evidence that our family-owned company is prepared to invest in the future of our plants in Sjöbo and Kungälv," explains Patrik Jenemark, CEO of Nordvalls.
Nordvalls is investing in two HP Indigo WS6800s, made by the global market leader in digital printing machines Hewlett Packard. The two high-performance presses are the latest version and offer completely new levels of flexibility, quality and production speed in all materials.