Whitehouse Graphics acquires Komori GL640C

PrintAction
April 15, 2018
By PrintAction
Whitehouse Graphics’ new Komori will include the press maker’s KHS-AI productivity improvement system.
Whitehouse Graphics’ new Komori will include the press maker’s KHS-AI productivity improvement system.
Whitehouse Graphics, of Vaughan, Ont., purchased a Komori GL640C press, with installation scheduled for late-April. The company’s new press, replacing an existing press, will produce all of Whitehouse’s offset work.

“The folks at Komcan were not only extremely helpful but also knowledgeable and insightful,” said Wade Lapointe of Whitehouse Graphics. “We came away from our meetings with Komcan feeling 100 percent confident we had made the right decision to move forward with the purchase of our new Komori GL640C.”

Whitehouse Graphics's GL640C will be equipped with fully automatic plate changers, PDC-SX closed-loop colour control, and Komori’s productivity improvement system, KHS-AI, which optimizes press presets by self-learning. 


“When we initially met with Whitehouse, it was determined that the advanced automation features that Komori has, were going to be of paramount value to them,” said Brett Rogers of Komcan Inc.
 
Whitehouse Graphics serves specific packaging markets and is looking to expand within its 32,000-square-foot plant, which provides prepress, printing, die-cutting and folding/gluing for packaging services.

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