On 21st May, at the allocation of the EDP Awards, held in Monaco during FESPA Digital, Elitron’s Heleva feed system was nominated as “Best print support tool”.

Heleva is the latest result of Elitron’s RFA (Researching Full Automation) division – that was presented to the Italian market at the Viscom Italia 2013 – and is a great success for an Italian company, which with this technology officially enters into competition with the giants of digital printing.
Heleva is the “smart” sheet loader that is able to communicate and interface with the printer with maximum flexibility, also managing different materials. The machine, in fact, not only executes the load orders demanded by the printer, but can also transmit to the printer information concerning media ready for printing.

Giuseppe Gallucci, Managing Elitron, comments: «An acknowledgement, that of the EDP Awards, that comes at the right time because this year we are celebrating our thirtieth anniversary. And we are also happy to receive this nomination during FESPA, one of the most significant visual communication events, where we presented our latest finishing and print support systems. Heleva is the latest, and is the result of the Elitron philosophy: to provide integrated systems and not individual products».

The company. Founded in 1984 by Giuseppe Gallucci, Elitron manufactures and markets automatic cutting systems. Their service orientation, their technical knowhow and their constant R&D activity enable the Marches (Monte Urano, FM) based company to provide extremely intuitive and efficient software packages and cutting systems designed to meet the specific needs of users in the various sectors, including digital printing and converting.

Their direct and personal relations with the customer creates lasting partnerships, enabling the development of ad hoc solutions to help facilitate and streamline production processes, increase productivity, reduce costs and ensure high quality. Since 2006 Elitron has been part of Action Aid International, a charity that works to improve the living conditions of the children of Afghanistan and Bangladesh.
Elitron employs 150 workers with an average age of 35 years and a high level of education (53% with high school diplomas and 47% graduates).
The company, which exports to 49 countries, has more than 2,000 installations worldwide and invests 10% of its turnover in R&D. It currently has 12 patents on research projects to its credit.