Labelexpo 2017: Gallus in the fast lane

Swiss full-range supplier Gallus, a subsidiary of Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg), will be exhibiting under the banner “Speed up for Success” this year. And Gallus is certainly hitting the accelerator at Labelexpo in Brussels, where the spotlight will be firmly trained on its new Gallus Labelmaster and Gallus Labelfire machine systems alongside the latest offerings from Gallus Services and Gallus Screen Printing. The company is out to impress trade fair visitors with a spectacular performance.
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Gallus at interpack 2017 – Innovations for label and packaging printing

The new Gallus Labelfire 340 digital printing system has been designed for the self-adhesive labels market. The global print volume for these labels is growing by about four percent a year. Although nearly five percent of this volume is printed digitally, this figure is rising rapidly with up to double-digit growth rates. Indeed, digital printing is driving change in this highly promising market segment.
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Gallus and Heidelberg at Interpack 2017: Pioneer in the field of digitization for the growth market of packaging printing

Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) and its Swiss subsidiary Gallus will be presenting a range of solutions and measures aimed at automating quality assurance and control, all integrated in the entire workflow and the participating machines in an intelligently networked production environment, under the motto “Smart Print Shop – Zero Defect Packaging” at the upcoming Interpack, taking place from 4 to 10 May in Düsseldorf.
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World premiere of new Gallus Labelmaster machine platform for label and packaging printing

Over 850 visitors from all over the world attended the Gallus Innovation Days 2016 from the 20th to 22nd September at the Gallus Ferd. Rüesch AG headquarters in St. Gallen, Switzerland. The main focal points of this three-day showcase – the second event of its kind – were the world premiere of the new Gallus Labelmaster machine platform for label and packaging printing, the 2016 highlights from the company’s machinery and service portfolio, and the ranges of printing accessories and Gallus Screeny screen printing plates.
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Gallus ECS 340 No 400 sold to Relieves Egara in Barcelona

At the Gallus Innovation Days, which took place in St.Gallen from the 20th to 22nd September, the 400th label press of the Gallus ECS 340 series was sold to the Spanish label printing company Relieves Egara. The Gallus ECS 340 is thus by far the most successful label press in its class. "We already have several Gallus label printing machines in operation, including two Gallus ECS 340, and we are extremely satisfied with the high quality, the productivity and flexibility of these presses,”, says Josep Gamundi, CEO of Relieves Egara.
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Gallus presents new machine platform for the growing label-printing market

Seven years after the market launch of the Gallus ECS 340, currently the best-selling and thus most successful conventional label printing system in its class, Gallus is set to write another chapter in its success story. In a world première, Gallus is showcasing a pre-series model of its latest generation of machines at the Gallus Innovation Days, which are taking place from 20 to 22 September at the company headquarters in St.Gallen, Switzerland.
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World premiere of a new machine platform for label printing at the Gallus Innovation Days 2016

The second Gallus Innovation Days event will be held from 20 to 22 September this year, again at the Gallus headquarters in St.Gallen, Switzerland, and visitors will once again be treated to a world premiere. Gallus will be presenting the first pre-series model of a new machine generation – a label printing machine that is designed for the label and packaging market.
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Drupa 2016 – Gallus presents its new digital Converting System in Düsseldorf and the world topselller Gallus ECS 340 at Heidelberg’s Print Media Center in Wiesloch-Walldorf.

Smart technologies and new digital printing systems for industrial production are opening up completely new opportunities for companies in the print media sector. As part of the presentation of the new digital product portfolio at Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) under the family name "Fire", the digital converting system Gallus DCS 340, developed by Heidelberg/Gallus and Fujifilm, also receives a new name as of drupa 2016: Gallus Labelfire 340.
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Gallus’s commitment to digital printing showing strong results

Gallus and its parent company Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG recently announced that the new product family of all Heidelberg and Gallus digital printing systems would be marketed in future under the “Fire” name. Building on the momentum that started at Label Expo 2015 Swiss-bassed Gallus reports two more completed sales of the newly launched Gallus Labelfire 340 (previously the Gallus DCS 340). Two Gallus customers – a label print shop from Switzerland and a customer from the European Economic Area – have each opted for this digital label printing system and signed the purchase contracts for immediate installation.
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Labelexpo Europe 2015 – Gallus presents explosion of innovations

Gallus once again offered an impressive demonstration of its ability to innovate with two upgraded printing press systems – the Gallus RCS 430 and Gallus ECS 340 – as well as the market launch of the Gallus DCS 340 digital label printing system. The company’s successful appearance at the Labelexpo trade fair in Brussels was topped off by a new generation of its Screeny screen printing plates and new printing accessories from Gallus Original Parts & Consumables.
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Gallus impresses with performance and efficiency at the Labelexpo, Brussels 2015

Gallus DCS 340 is the first ever modular digital converting system from Gallus – an inkjet printing module integrated into a Gallus machine platform combines the latest digital printing technology with the benefits of conventional printing and further processing technology. This new machine system – developed as a joint venture between Heidelberg and Fujifilm, the leader in inkjet technology – sets new standards in label printing in terms of quality, short-run production efficiency and scope for customisation. A native resolution of 1200 dpi delivers print quality that is unmatched in UV inkjet printing today. By combining the strengths of digital printing with an inline finishing process that has been specially optimised for digital printing, the Gallus DCS 340 gives users the chance to varnish, embellish and further process labels inline – from the roll to the finished die-cut label in a single production operation.
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