Access Labels Adds Xeikon 3030

PrintAction Staff
March 01, 2016
By PrintAction Staff
Access Labels Inc. of Amherst, Nova Scotia, has installed a Xeikon 3030 press to supplement its flexo equipment and expand into new markets. Founded in 1993, Access Labels has evolved to become a full-service label printer servicing customers in a range of markets and regions with a specific focus on food and beverage producers.

“From our location in Atlantic Canada, we provide a robust product line and the high level of our service customers have come to expect,” said Robert Sams, who leads business development for Access Labels. “To keep pace with the needs of this loyal customer base – and to help us grow into new markets – we needed to move into digital.”

Access Labels, owned by Paul Carr, is leveraging the Xeikon 3030 to expand its business to include the high quality, short run, prime label work. “Our customer base includes many specialty food providers who demand high quality labels, including vineyards, seafood providers, and dairies,” said Sams. “Previously, we were unable to be competitive with prime labels, but since adopting the Xeikon 3030, our customers now have access to all our expanding product offerings under one roof.”

The Xeikon 3030 is the narrow web entry-level press that is part of the Xeikon 3000 Series. In addition to prime label applications, Xeikon explains the press is also suitable for producing promotional and transfer applications.

With full rotary printing, which is independent of the number of colours being printed and the repeat length of the label, the Xeikon 3030 provides true 1,200 x 3,600-dpi imaging resolution, with a media width of up to 13 inches.

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0 #1 Sonya Kopecky 2016-03-02 15:58
Congratulations on your new addition!
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