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Chocolate packaging printer Imprepack invests in Roland 705 LV Evolution

December 6, 2018  By PrintAction Staff

A leader in chocolate production, Belgium is home to many chocolate packaging printers that produce and package these delicious treats for customers around the world.

Imprepack, based in Brussels, is a family-run business founded in 1928, with 20 employees. Specializing in luxury packaging, the company has been producing the “ballotin” – a decorative cardboard box with slightly larger at the top and with broad flaps, and other chocolate packages – for the past decade.

In order to meet its business development targets and market needs, Imprepack recently installed a new Roland 705 LV Evolution press.


“The start-up of the new press was very successful thanks to a structured pre-installation plan by Manroland Sheetfed’s technical team,” says CEO and Owner Filip Winderickx, a third-generation member of the family-run company, emphasizing that print quality is of paramount importance to the business. “We would like to thank Manroland Benelux for the intensive training provided to our staff for production to run smoothly and quickly.”

He adds, “We are very satisfied with the outstanding performance and print quality of this new press, particularly its fantastic print effects, such as, embossing to provide flexibility with customization. With higher automation and Manroland’s QuickChange option package, productivity and quality have increased impressively compared to that of our previous machine.”

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