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Rebsons Labels from South Africa moves into digital label printing with their purchase of a stand-alone Nilpeter Panorama – the first of its kind in Africa.
Talking about the investment, owner of Rebsons, Benny Friedmann, commented, “There is a constant and ever growing demand for digitally printed labels; run-lengths are getting shorter, and customers require variable data on labels and demand shorter delivery times. To accommodate all these requirements, we went for Nilpeter Panorama.”
“In addition to being a loyal Nilpeter customer for more than 40 years, we assessed the digital market during a 2- to 3-year period, and decided that the Stand-Alone PANORAMA was by far the best solution for us. An immediate benefit is our vast production of generic labels with variable data for a large super market chain customer – the PANORAMA allows us to reduce production time and stock holding of variants, and enables us to print on demand and improve cash flow,” he adds.
Over the years, Rebsons has bought many Nilpeter presses. They have three B-200, one FA-2500, FB-2500, and FB-3300S. Rebsons claim that Nilpeter machines have been part of their growth.