Landa Digital Printing today announces that it has opened a new European consumables manufacturing facility, based in Sittard, The Netherlands. Producing the revolutionary Landa Nanoink® used to power Landa S10 and S10P Nanographic Printing® Presses, the new site enables the company to double consumables production and support the rapid growth in demand for ink due to soaring customer print volumes.
By manufacturing in mainland Europe, the company has dramatically shortened its lead times for consumables and increased its production capacity. It has also reduced its environmental impact by reducing the shipment of raw materials and finished goods required to produce its products. Designed to improve its consumables supply chain, the new facility ensures market leading service to its portfolio of European customers and their international brands.
Gil Oron, CEO, Landa Digital Printing comments: “Our new Sittard site is geared towards sustainability, service reliability and business growth. It provides Landa customers with local supply, which in times of very challenging worldwide logistics and parts supplies, offers considerable reassurance. What’s more, with customer production volumes increasing daily, this also ensures prompt and reliable delivery too – crucial in increasing efficiency”.
The new Landa facility provides consumables for its revolutionary and unique portfolio of Nanographic Printing® Presses, designed to address a huge gap in the market for cost effective short to medium run mainstream packaging and commercial jobs. Solutions include the Landa S10 Nanographic Printing® Press – a B1 solution designed for mainstream packaging and converting industries – and the Landa S10P Nanographic Printing® Press, which is ideal for two-sided B1 general commercial printing.
Gil Oron, concludes: “Our new European facility is another example of our long term commitment to the European market, and our ability to be the change-maker that the industry needs. Landa continues to revolutionize and digitize the mass production printing industry”.