Posts Tagged “Screen Europe”

28th October 2016 - Specialist web-to-print company Probo ( has entered the digital label print market with the installation of the latest Screen Truepress Jet L350UV digital label press.

The investment will enable the company to expand its product portfolio and offer a faster turnaround on short-run variable jobs on a wider range of substrates.

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Falkland Press is the first UK company to order SCREEN GP’s new PlateRite HD 8900N platesetter.

Launched recently and shown at drupa for the first time, the eight-page platesetter promises class-leading productivity for thermal computer-to-plate (CtP) production and joins Falkland Press’s impressive line-up of pre-press, print and finishing equipment at its Letchworth facility.

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Brian Filler, President of SCREEN GP Europe, will retire at the end September after 35 years with the company.

The announcement signals the departure of one of the industry’s best-known and most respected figures after 50 years spent working in the print industry.

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Company provides expert sales & service support for full range of inkjet web, label and wide-format printers alongside PlateRite CTP devices

Screen is pleased to confirm the appointment of MCA PRO ( as its reseller for the Truepress Jet 520 continuous inkjet presses, W3200UV wide-format UV printer, and L-350UV digital label press in Austria.

The company also provides full service and support for Screen’s popular PlateRite platesetters. Read the rest of this entry »

Label print specialist SEIC ( is the first company in France to invest in a Screen Truepress Jet L350UV digital label press, with inline ABG converter system, to update and expand its existing flexo and digital print service.

The new press will be installed in May at its facility in Les Ulis, just south of Paris.

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Tokyo/Kyoto, Japan – April 14, 2016 – Komori Corporation and SCREEN Holdings Co., Ltd. announce that Komori International Europe B.V. (Komori Europe) and SCREEN GP Europe B.V. (SCREEN GP Europe), a division of SCREEN Graphic and Precision Solutions (SCREEN GP) Group, have entered into a strategic business agreement.

This agreement will establish a collaborative structure between Komori Corporation and SCREEN GP, SCREEN Holding’s business operating company responsible for graphic arts business.

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Nic.Oud, (, is the first company in Europe to invest in the ‘game-changing’ Screen Truepress Jet520HD inkjet web press announced worldwide today.

Nic.Oud produces direct mail for brands such as Heineken, Makro, Sanoma, and T-Mobile and the new press will transform the company’s marketing print services by enabling it to produce powerful, hyper-personalised content which matches online campaigns in delivering high-response results. Read the rest of this entry »

Europe’s first installation at Nic.Oud, Holland and second at Baumer, Switzerland

Eight years after Screen surprised the world with its first high-speed web-fed inkjet press, the Kyoto-based company today announces the next generation of inkjet printing with the launch of the Truepress Jet520HD.

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22nd September 2014 -  Germany’s first Screen Truepress Jet L350UV digital label press has been commissioned at Labelprint24 (, one of the country’s leading online label printers.

The immediate benefits of the 4-colour + white inkjet web Truepress Jet L350UV, supplied and installed by Dantex, include doubling the production capacity at Labelprint24’s 100%-digital facility in Großenhain, Saxony.

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Screen will highlight the on-demand, variable data capabilities of the Truepress Jet 520 inkjet web press at the inaugural Kern Open House (8th–11th September, Munsingen, Switzerland).

Screen will be one of more than 20 partner companies at the event demonstrating products that complement Kern’s extensive portfolio of mailroom hardware and software solutions for inserting, pre- and post-processing. Read the rest of this entry »