Vinsak installs Iwasaki TR3 offset at Paramount, UAE

Paramount is an adhesive labels manufacturer

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Vinsak booth at Pamex 2023 Photo: PSA

Vinsak, a leading printing and packaging solutions supplier and the sole distributor of Iwasaki, a manufacturer of label printing machines, has announced the installation of a new TR3 offset printing system at Paramount Label Printing Press in the UAE.

Paramount is an adhesive labels manufacturer operating from Ajman New Industrial Area in the UAE. The company manufactures all kinds of labels such as pharmaceutical, sequential, barcode, weighing scale, industrial and clothing tags, and variable image printing – including graphics and text that changes from one piece to the next and creates compelling personalized marketing messages that go way beyond variable text.

Paramount is already using a 9-color Lombardi Flexo press for its long-run production of labels and flexibles and is fully equipped with pre-press facilities for quick turnaround. In most cases, they can offer same-day delivery, which even digital presses fail to do.

In the Middle-East market, there has been an increased demand for short-run labels. The production cost on digital presses also continues to be extremely high.

The advantage of the Iwasaki press offers the lowest print cost per square meter for short and medium runs up to 5,000 square meters. Being an intermittent press, it requires no tooling for changing repeat sizes and hence gives extremely fast turnarounds and lower costs.

The Iwasaki TR3 waterless offset model with 6-color waterless offset has six units of UV dryers, one flexo varnishing station, and one semi-rotary die-cutting unit to produce barcodes, destructible and tamper-evident labels, location and aisle board labels, color-coded labels for various industries with a maximum print width of 330 mm. The combined process of printing and finishing ensures the fastest delivery possible with the lowest origination as well as running costs.

Vinsak is a supplier of printing, packaging, and converting solutions in India, Africa, and the Middle East. Vinsak has provided many businesses with well-integrated and supported customized solutions. These include manufacturers of print that extend from large and well-established brands to entities that are in their nascent stage of growth.

Iwasaki manufactures and sells label printing machines, mainly intermittent rotary presses – letterpress and offset – and post-processing machines such as foil stamping and die-cut machines. 

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