March News From Grafisk Maskinfabrik

March News From Grafisk Maskinfabrik

GM Newsletter, March 2020

Dear Reader,

Welcome to the March issue of the GM Newsletter. 

Even in tough times, we want to provide you with the best service and introduce new great solutions. 

We are pleased to present our latest product - GM Photo Coater offering maximum quality UV coating
for photo books, labels, stickers & other roll feed products.

On GM Tech Talk channel Uffe Nielsen presents how waste can be removed from label converters
and shredded with GM solutions.  

Take care and stay safe!

Warmest regards,
GM Team

NEW GM Photo Coater

The NEW GM Photo Coater provides maximum quality UV coating for photo books, labels, stickers & other roll feed products - of course with a compact footprint and easy to operate. 

Silver halide technology ensures professional quality photos printed on paper the optimal protection and required gloss level – in one go.

UV coating protects the photos from fading when exposed to sunlight. The coating station uses the flexographic principle, off course allowing coating thickness to be arcuately controlled - saving varnish costs. 

Please visit our website for more information.
Read more

GM Tech Talk: 
The NEW GM Photo Coater


GM Tech Talk: 
Waste Management with GM converters



GM at Label Summit Latin America

The latest edition of Label Summit Latin America in Santiago successfully ended for GM and with high participant ratings in general. During the two-day conference, which took place in the capital of Chile, we gave a clear and strong signal that GM is very present, and has a leading position in the Latam market. The event gathered representatives from 21 countries, and we met loyal customers such as Garrino (Uruguay), Vinograf & Colorama & Artica (Chile), Enografica (Argentina), Amauta (Peru).
During the event, several new and unexpected potential projects emerged in the region, that are being analysed in cooperation with our global partners.

Although the current world situation is complicated, there will still be a demand for premium wines with their high-quality labels. The production of labels for premium products must therefore be based on reliable quality with remote diagnostics capabilities offered by GM.