Advantages of flexography
Flexography is a method of printing that is increasingly used for various types of packaging. The method is financially advantageous, as it offers greater flexibility than traditional gravure printing. This is particularly relevant for printing short series, as flexography offers shorter make-ready times and lower start-up costs. Technical developments have meant that flexography now lives up to extremely stringent requirements for quality, also for multicolour process printing and photographic reproduction.
Customer needs are paramount
The print processes Converflex uses are continually evolving out of new technical possibilities and customers' increasing requirements for rapid changeovers for time-restricted campaigns and activities. With the enormous range of goods available, it is of the greatest importance for products to be clearly visible on the shelves and to stand out from the crowd. Prioritisations and investments at Converflex are governed to a great extent by these customer needs. In close consultation with customers and end users, the company is continually coming up with new solutions to further improve the quality and efficiency of the print process. And to increase our customers' competitiveness on the market. What can be seen sells. Printing at Converflex today takes place in shifts on two presses, one 8-colour press and one 10-colour press. During 2012 a new 10-colour press was installed, which further improves capacity and quality. Converflex AB is HD Flexo certified, which means that we are among the best in the industry when it comes to development and offering flexo quality.