An N.V. Publication FLEX
March 6, 2017
Vol. 19 No. 5
Serving The Flexographic Printing Industry In Print and Online at www.nvpublications.com
drupa Releases Global Trends Report reported by Greg Kishbaugh O n the heels of the drupa trade fair, held last summer in Düsseldorf, Germany, the 4th annual Global Trends report will soon be released in its entirety. But an early evaluation of the report shows that print is recovering well globally from the 2007/2008 economic crisis. “Last year’s drupa showcased a global print industry that has regained its confidence in the future,” said Sabine Geldermann, Director drupa,“with lots of fresh technology and applications demonstrated to en- thuse both printers and their customers alike. This repor t shows that while lev- els of confidence vary between regions and markets, overall the print industry is on the up and will in- vest strongly to secure a prosperous future.” Roughly 850 printers and more than 300 suppliers represent- ing all regions and markets who visited drupa last year partici- pated in the survey. “All printers, whatever market or region they are from, know that if they want to succeed in the long term, they must con- tinue to adapt to the ever changing market and economic con- ditions,” said Geldermann. “This needs a ruthless approach to efficiency and automation while at the same time learning new skills and adding new value services. Nevertheless it is gratify- ing to report that overall, print got its ‘mojo’ back.” As to the general confidence of printers, globally, 42 percent of printers described their business as “good” in 2016, while only 11 percent reported it as “ poor,” a net balance of +31 per- cent, the highest recorded global result of the report series. (Cont’d on Page 12)
Flexible Packaging To Reach $238B The global market for f lexible packaging is expected to be valued at $238.5 billion by the end of 2016 and $358.7 billion by the end of 2024. This will be achieved through a projected Compound Annual Growth Rate of 5.2 percent from 2016 to 2024 in revenue, according to a new report from Transparency Market Research. In terms of materials, a majority of the global flexible packaging market uses polymers. By the end of 2024, the usage of polymers in f lexible packaging is expected to be valued at $223.5 billion. Remaining Flexible Stand-up pouches are expected to remain the leading product type manufactured in flexible packaging. By the end of 2024, stand-up pouch products are expected to generate a revenue of $85.9 billion. Its leading demand is attributed to the ease of storage of stand-up pouches, superi- or extension of shelf life for fluid contents, and above average abilities of taking on flexographic print.
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Flexo Wash Installs Anilox Cleaner For Uteco Open House Flexo Wash has installed a new FW 2000M Anilox Cleaner at the Uteco N.A. Demonstration Facility in Kennesaw, Georgia. The new Anilox Cleaner will be available for demonstration during Uteco’s Open House on March 22. Representatives from Flexo Wash will be available to answer questions about how converters can im- prove their operation and print quality with Flexo Wash technology. FW 2000M Anilox Cleaner will clean sleeves from the new Uteco Crystal 108 press installed in the same Kennesaw, Georgia, facility. This Anilox Cleaner is capable of cleaning Anilox Sleeves and journaled Anilox Rolls with a maximum face length of 67 inch- es, overall length of 73 inches, and diameter of 8 inches. “We are proud to continue our partnership with Uteco N.A.,” said Ryan Potter, Vice President of Sales for Flexo Wash. “This FW 2000M Anilox Cleaner will remain in the Uteco Demo Facility following the Open House.This Anilox Cleaner has greatly im- proved the overall processes for Uteco and is integral for any lean production environment.”
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Corrugated Boxes Demand, Prices On Rise
activity will encourage higher demand for corrugated boxes, which are used as shipping containers for many of the goods that operators in these sectors produce and require. Overall, growth in demand for corrugated boxes will allow operators to raise prices without risking losses in business from buyers. Finnish Converter Invests In Folding Carton Suite Finnish packaging printer Jaakkoo-Taara Oy, which specializes in the pharmaceutical, healthcare and food industry, invested in Xeikon’s Folding Carton Suite with a Xeikon 3500 digital press to add digital capa- bilities to its existing offset and flexo production. Jaakkoo-Taara Oy was founded in 1935 and employs 115 people. Each year it prints more than 20,000 packaging and printed projects. In other news, Xeikon has established a direct pres- ence in India.This move follows Xeikon’s decision to create a direct-to-market approach in Australia and New Zealand. Starting in March 2017, Xeikon will build on the mar- ket presence through its parent company FlintGroup to support and service the label, folding cartons and commercial printing segments of the Indian market.
While prices dropped in 2015 and 2016, IBISWorld expects the price of Corrugated Boxes to shift direc- tion and rise 3.9 percent in 2017. “This increase can be attributed to swelling de- mand and increasing input costs,“ said IBISWorld Procurement Research Analyst, Mark Seraydarian. “Additionally, the market-wide $50 per ton price hike on linerboard, which went into effect in Octo- ber 2016, will contribute to price growth,” he contin- ued. “On the input side, the price of paper, which is one of suppliers’ key production inputs, is expected to shift direction and rise due to increasing wood pulp prices. Because of this, suppliers are expected to pass rising input costs to buyers in the form of higher corrugated box prices.” Through 2020, IBISWorld expects demand from key buyers (including grocery and food distributors) to rise, partly due to further growth in the population, which will increase the amount of food shipped via corrugated boxes. Consumer spending is also pro- jected to continue increasing amid general wage growth, thereby increasing demand for various goods that are shipped in corrugated boxes.Additionally, ac- celerating mining, manufacturing and other industrial
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Liberty Marking Installs Second Nilpeter Press
Liberty Marking Systems of Cincinnati, Ohio, recent- ly installed its second Nilpeter flexo press, an FB- 3300S, just 18 months after purchasing its first FB-3300. Established in 1988, Liberty Marking Systems is a privately owned company specializing in custom la- bels and innovative solutions for all labeling needs.
“This press will double our previous maximum ca- pability of multi-color printing and will allow us to become more prominent in the prime and retail la- beling markets,” said Brian Beam, Vice President of Liberty Marking Systems. Liberty Marking Systems Vice President Brian Beam ( right ), and Production Manager Stan Berger ( left ), with the company’s new Nilpeter FB-3300S flexo press. Printing Industries of America (PIA) is now accept- ing nominations for the 2017 Naomi Berber Memori- al Award. This award honors outstanding women for their exceptional record of accomplishments in graphic communications, significant contributions to- ward the development of the industry, and for having furthered the interests of the field. Nominations are due on June 16. Eligible candidates must have worked in the graphic communications industry for ten years or more and have an outstanding record of accomplishments that demonstrate her remarkable contributions toward the development of the graphic communications indus- try.The Berber Award will be presented at Printing In- dustries of America’s Fall Administrative Meetings on November 10–12 in Concord, North Carolina. PIA Opens Nominations For Naomi Berber Award
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MacDermid, Comexi Finalize Open House Agenda MacDermid Graphics Solutions and Comexi have partnered together for an open house to be held at MacDermid’s headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, March 14-15. The two-day event will bring together suppliers to discuss and present on productivity enhancements in flexographic printing. MacDermid Graphics Solutions and Comexi will give product demonstrations and technical presentations along with the event spon- sors:Apex, Esko, and Lohmann. Day one of the event will begin with a tour of Mac- Dermid’s facility followed by a presentation from MacDermid Graphics Solutions’ Ryan Vest on Produc- tivity from a Plate Manufacturer.s Point of View . Comexi’s Miquel Salva will then give a presentation on the Latest Technologies on Flexo Presses before a dinner and networking event. The second day will begin with Esko’s Mark Sam- worth providing an Expanded Gamut 2017: A Tech- nology Update , followed by a presentation on Enhanced Flexo Productivity through Consistent Ink Transfer fromAaron Lessing of Apex International. The day will conclude with Lohman’s Adina Oree
and Todd Cort speaking about how to Get Even More Out of Flexo:Tapes & Productivity, before Esko’s Rory Marsoun wraps the events up with Driving Efficien- cies in the Plate Room. AWA Sleeve Label Conference Heads To Miami For the eleventh year running, the sleeve labeling sector of the world’s packaging industry will come together at the AWA International Sleeve Label Con- ference and Exhibition 2017, taking place April 6-7 in Miami, Florida at the Hilton Miami Airport. The event is a forum where experts in related spe- cialist disciplines address key issues and opportuni- ties for the industry, across the value chain and across the globe. As always, the conference program mirrors the state of this distinct sector of the packaging industry, which encompasses its own stream of special film substrates, plus shrink/stretch, sealing, and applica- tion processing equipment. A special feature of the program will be the presen- tation of the 2017 AWA Sleeve Label Awards, now in its third year.
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KBA Authorities On UV, LED-UV Address Conference With the rise in popularity of UV technology and es- pecially LED-UV, KBA North America will be sending its top tech experts to speak at the upcoming Print UV 2017 conference at the Encore by Wynn Resort in Las Vegas from March 29-31. Now in its tenth year, Print UV 2017 will draw commercial, packaging, and specialty converters and printers to the three-day exploration of how it can be integrated into their shops. KBA will be discussing new LED-UV technology in the market including KBA’s newVariDry LED-UV. Flexographic Inks Market To Hit $11 Billion By 2024 The flexographic printing ink market is slated to exceed $11 billion by 2024, according to a new study from Global Market Insights. The overall flexographic printing inks market size is reportedly primarily driven by increasing product de- mand in the flexible packaging industry over the past years. The overall flexible packaging industry is pro- jected to expand at more than 4 percent Compound Annual Growth Rate over the projected timeframe. Asia Pacific flexographic printing inks market size was more than $2.5 billion in 2015. Strong growth in the food & beverage, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry, particularly due to improved consumer lifestyles, is the major factor contributing industry growth in the region. Additionally, Europe is likely to observe growth close to 4.5 percent for flexographic printing inks between 2016 and 2024. Bolger Vision Joins SGP Bolger Vision Beyond Print is the newest certified printing facility to join The Sustainable Green Print- ing Partnership (SGP). SGP is an authority in sustain- able printing certifications, and Bolger’s recent certification makes it the 68th SGP certified facility in the United States. In order to become an SGP-certified printing facili- ty, Minneapolis-based Bolger Vision Beyond Print was required to undergo an independent third-party certi- fication audit aligning it with the published SGP cri- teria.All certified facilities must pass environmental, health and safety, and energy audits, in addition to conducting indoor air quality tests. Facilities must maintain documentation strategy for Best Manage- ment Practices and should have a team of employees in place to coordinate sustainability efforts.
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Adheso-Graphics, Inc. www.adheso-graphics.com
AGI manufactures, distributes and converts current tech- nology flexo mounting tapes and backing systems for cor- rugated plate mounting. Flexstik hard vinyl, FlexSoft, bi.esse brand, Gold Series Thin tapes for sleeve and Narrow web plate mounting. Specialty tapes that cover the vast thickness range re- quirements and specific adhesion systems for all flexo mounting requirements. We provide technical service and problem solving services for unique customers & applications.
Advanced Prepress Graphics, Inc. www.flexoprepress.com
Flexo Plate making at it’s finest. All format’s available up to 42” x 80”. Flexo artwork, Flexo films, and Flexo Plates.
Anderson & Vreeland, Inc. www.andersonvreeland.com
A&V manufactures a complete line of photopolymer plate processing systems and is a leading distributor of flexo- graphic platemaking materials. A&V also sells digital imag- ing systems and software specifically designed for flexography.
ARC International www.ARCInternational.com
ARC International is a world leader in the manufacturing of roller products for flexography. The latest nanotechnolo- gy laser engraving in our Charlotte and Las Vegas manu- facturing facilities ensures superior quality and consistency in anilox rollers.
Comexi Group Industries S.A.U. www.comexigroup.com
The Comexi Group is a leading supplier of quality flexographic C.I. presses for the flexible packaging indus- try worldwide. We also provide solventless laminators, slitter/rewinders and related peripheral equipment such as automatic wash-up systems, solvent recovery sys- tems, automatic roll unloaders, and plate cylinder/sleeve storage systems. DuPont Packaging Graphics is the world’s leading suppli- er of flexographic printing systems in digital and conven- tional formats; including Cyrel® brand photopolymer plates, Cyrel® FAST processing equipment, Cyrel® round sleeves, mounting and finishing products. For more than 35 years, beginning with Cyrel®, the first photopolymer printing plate, through to today’s digital workflow revolution, DuPont has been driving innovation in the Flexo and package printing industries. The Digital Cyrel® FAST imaging system has been broadly recognized for its efficiency, productivity, print perfor- mance, and environmental benefits. DuPont Packaging Graphics www.cyrel.com/na
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Global Trends ( Cont’d from Page 1)
Prospects for 2017 appear even better as the report- ed net balance is +46 percent. It appears from the data that market and regional dif- ferences in the market are increasing. Packaging print- ing is the strongest sector in the marketplace with +39 percent net value, followed by functional printing at +34 percent. Lagging behind are commercial printing at +26 percent and publishing at 23 percent. North America remains the strongest region with a net value of +49 percent, followed by Europe and Australia/Oceania with +33 percent, Central/South America at +29 percent,Asia at +20 percent, the Mid- dle East at 19 percent and Africa at -3 percent, the first negative net balance of the report series. One notable change in this year’s data is that the his- toric growth of digital paused in its climb. In 2015, 28 percent of printers reported that more than 25 per- cent of their turnover was digital.; in 2016 it was only 27 percent of printers. However, the percent of pack- aging printers offering digital to its customers rose from 24 percent in 2014 to 34 percent last year. As for capital investment, 42 percent of the survey participants spent more during the last 12 months and just 11 percent spent less, a net balance of +31 percent.There is a net balance of +41 percent among respondents for plans concerning 2017. According to the report, flexo continues to be the dominant printing technology in packaging. The full report will be released in English in a few weeks at www.drupa.com . Mark Andy Establishes Direct Sales Office In Thailand Mark Andy, St. Louis, Missouri, has established a new direct sales office in Bangkok, Thailand. This office will soon be manned by sales, technical and adminis-
Eaglewood Technologies, LLC www.eaglewoodtech.com
Eaglewood Technologies offers the Sanilox™ Anilox Roll Cleaning System, an innovative, environmentally safe sys- tem. Sanilox™2.0 uses a touch-screen interface to clean rolls in-line or off-line with the simple touch of a button. It can be operated in English or Spanish and monitor roll in- ventory by entering roll information into the touch-screen interface. Eaglewood Technologies offers cleaning service in your facility, or a ship-in roll cleaning program. Flint Group Flexographic Products develops, manufactur- ers and markets an extensive portfolio of printing consum- ables, including: nyloflex® photopolymer printing plates and processing equipment, and dayCorr® die-cutting blankets and anvil covers. With a strong customer focus, unmatched service and support, and superior products, Flint Group strives to provide exceptional value, consistent quality and continuous innovation to customers around the world. Flint Group www.flintgrp.com
Harper Corporation of America www.harperimage.com
We’ve made ceramic anilox rolls longer than anyone in the world and pride ourselves on being the best in the world. Whether wide web, narrow web, newspaper, or cor- rugated markets, Harper continuously strives to bring new flexographic products and services to the printing industry that will improve the quality of your graphics.
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Flexotecnica’s patented Safe Sleeve Change® system and Speedy Clean® auto washup system are designed to give converters a competitive edge through Flexotecnica’s commitment to research and development. Sales, service and support for Flexotecnica presses is provided by KBA North America, Inc. in Dallas, Texas with U.S. resident technicians, an extensive spare parts inventory and an ex- perienced, dedicated service staff. Mark Andy, Inc. is a leading global manufacturer of nar- row and mid-web printing and converting equipment. The company has a rich history of delivering solutions to in- crease productivity and profitability for the label and pack- aging markets. The company supplies leading global brands including Comco printing/converting machinery, Mark Andy printing/converting machinery and UVTechnolo- gy curing systems and replacement parts. Mark Andy, Inc. is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, with sales and dis- tribution offices in France, Switzerland, and the UK. Mark Andy, Inc. www.markandy.com
trative support staff, headed by Sales Director Asia Pacific, Shaun Pullen, with a Sales and Applications Sup- port team led by Chris Irving. Pullen has been managing the region for Mark Andy for a little more than a year, operating independently and li- aising with the corporate team and network of distributors in the area. Irving is a recent hire, with 10 years’ experience in the narrow web market.
The team will support the network of distributors across Asia including southeast Asia, the Indian sub- continent, northeast Asia, Japan, China and Aus- tralia/New Zealand.
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Baumgarten, RAKO, X-Label Merge To Form All4Labels Baumgarten, RAKO and X-Label, three European label companies, have merged and established a new brand identity – the All4Labels - Global Packaging Group.The privately owned company provides prod- ucts for more than 2,000 customers at 26 production facilities worldwide. The companies made a turnover of more than € 450 million altogether in 2016. The headquarters of the new group are in Witzhave near Hamburg, Germany. The group remains an owner-managed company. Matthias Kurtz and Adrian Tippenhauer of RAKO,Tim Fiedler and Jan Oberbeck of X-label and Fernando Gabel of Baumgarten have remained the members of the executive board. Phoenix Challenge Celebrates 20th Year The Phoenix Challenge Foundation (PCF) is cele- brating its 20th year as a student-driven scholarship program for the flexographic printing industry. The celebration will mark the 20th successful annual High School Challenge and 10th College Competition. “This is a year to celebrate the continued vision of the late Ron & Katherine Harper who were both deeply passionate advocates of education and sus- taining the flexo industry,” said Bettylyn Krafft, Chair- man of PCF. The 20th celebration and PCF High School Skills Competition will be held March 22-24 at the Harper National Flexographic Center at Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, North Carolina.This high school competition sets the stage for young flex- ographers from across the United States and Canada to compete with each other, showcasing their knowl- edge of flexo printing theory and graphic arts. Top performers are rewarded with on-going educational scholarships and prize trophies to encourage further career development. The High School Skills Competi- tion is a live hands-on program which lasts three days, featuring prepress, on-press and general knowledge skills tests related to flexography. More than 20 teams are scheduled to participate in this year’s event. In its 10th year and growing, the PCF College Chal- lenge is happening April 29 in conjunction with the FFTA Annual Forum and INFO*FLEX event to be held in Phoenix,Arizona.This event draws graphic arts stu- dents from leading graphic communications higher education institutions such as Clemson University, CalPoly State University,Appalachian State University, and many more.
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TLMI Sangeeta Sachdev has been named Managing Direc- tor of SPGPrints America, Inc. In her role, Sachdev will take responsibility for the company’s operations in the United States and Canada.
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Sonoco Acquires Peninsula Packaging
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Sonoco has signed a definitive agreement to ac- quire Peninsula Packaging Company for approxi- mately $230 million in cash. Peninsula, which is owned by a fund managed by Odyssey Investment Partners LLC, is a manufacturer of thermoformed packaging.The transaction is subject to normal regu- latory review and is expected to close by the second quarter of 2017. Founded in 2001, the California-based Peninsula Packaging has 2016 proforma sales of approximately $190 million and operates five manufacturing facili- ties, four in the U.S. and one in Mexico. The majority of its business is focused on packaging for a wide range of whole fresh fruits, pre-cut fruits and produce and prepared salad mixes, as well as baked goods.
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