Dantex is pleased to announce it will be shipping for the installation three of its flagship PicoColour digital presses this month. These will be in the Czech Republic and in North Africa – the third press, which includes a range of additional features, will be installed in the UK.
In doing so, the company will be fully complying with Government Covid-19 pandemic guidelines and restrictions, whilst ensuring that the safety of its engineers and warehouse staff is uppermost at all times. The use of all the latest technology available will ensure continuation of the installation process.
Commenting on the installations, Simon Cosh – Business Development Manager of the Dantex Digital Division said: “During these unprecedented times, we are so proud to be able to make these installations, thanks to the dedication and loyalty of our workforce. We have successfully managed to keep the UK manufacturing and logistics operation functioning and it is a testament to the resilience and ability of our teams that they can come together and deliver, even in such a challenging situation. We are doubly proud, because these 3 very different locations for the PicoColour fully confirm the excellent acceptance level of our technology and equipment. Furthermore, the reach of these installations, across two continents, demonstrates the high regard for PicoColour across the global marketplace.”
Since its launch back in 2015, the group’s digital division has gone from strength to strength. Being one of the most pioneering digital printing presses available in the market, the press is versatile and with a small footprint, offering excellent printed results. Suitable for short and long run jobs, PicoColour uses drop-on-demand inkjet print head technology and provides all the benefits of digital printing, including no minimum quantity, inline finishing, no waste and a super-fast turnaround. The press is built to last, simple to operate and has a low cost of ownership.