Edale will exhibit for the first time at the BPIF Carton Conference to be held at the Business Design Centre, Islington, London on 3-4 November 2012 when numerous speakers from various brands will focus on the benefits that cartons offer through different steps of the supply chain. ?Edale personnel will be on hand to give visitors the opportunity to learn more about the company’s range of flexographic printing and converting equipment aimed specifically at the carton industry.
“This event will provide an unmatched networking opportunity and relevant to all parts of the supply chain from suppliers to the carton industry to packaging specifiers,” explains Neal Whipp, general manager BPIF Cartons.
Information and samples will be available about Edale’s single pass folding carton production line for cost effective short run cartons achieved with the Edale Gamma and the FDC-510 web fed flatbed die cutting machine.
The FDC-510 has been manufactured to run in line with the Edale Gamma or an existing flexo or digital press or to an unwind stand for offline conversion of conventionally or digitally pre-printed webs for short runs from 1,000 to 100,000 units. Benefits include reduced tooling costs by up to 90% compared to solid rotary tooling; jobs can be set up in less than 10 minutes and the machine has the ability to cut, crease and braille emboss with a single tool.