Mo.Cel invests in quality and environment and integrates its machine yard with a 10 color W&H gravure press.
The constant evolution of print technologies in general, and flexible packaging technologies in particular (both for food and for other products) has inevitably imposed ever higher quality standards, with shorter print runs and faster job changes: this is what the market demands today.
Mo.Cel SpA (Belfiore, VR) has worked in the converting and printing field for over 40 years, implementing the print and creation flexible packaging, gravure and flexo printing, laminated PP and cellophane and special structures for vacuum packaging and modified atmosphere. And, thanks to its expertise and to the foresight of the management, the company has been able to rise to the challenge and grasp the opportunities offered by the technological development.
A balanced mix of technologies. The Veneto converter has therefore made specific and consistent choices and, even in difficult times like the present, continues to refit its production sections. The last example in order of time is particularly significant of this: with the purchase of a new Heliostar SH Windmoeller & Holscher gravure press, Mo.cel completes its machine yard comprising 2 flexographic machines, 3 gravure presses 2 laminators and 4 slitters, and hence today can print up to 10 colors both in roto and in flexo.
Aligned alsowith the evolution of demand in terms of eco-compatibility, Mo.cel has always paid special attention to the environment. In particular, the company is equipped with two solvent recovery plants – one dedicated to the flexographic and the other to the rotogravure lines – and a 613 kwp photovoltaic system, which meets around 50% of the concern’s energy needs.
From the left, the founder of Mo.Cel together with his sons Davide and Emanuele.