The projects we carried out in partnership with companies show us how the innovation is shaped according to their requirements with the objective of ensuring the highest quality standards and success on the market.
In June 2018, in Yokaichi, near Kyoto, Daishowa inaugurated two new plants. One of these is dedicated to the production of bags for the Japanese company NewLong.
The official ceremony took place according to the most ancient Japanese traditions. Among participants, there were the owner and CEO Ryosuke Saito, Daishowa managers and employees, Davide Cucinella, Uteco CMO, and Mr. Hongo, director at Itochu Machine, which distributes Uteco printing machines in Japan.
Uteco stands out again for its innovative technologies and reliability, even in the Japanese market which is particularly demanding.
After the positive experience with the first purchases of flexo machines, Renato Lusa S.r.L. has chosen Uteco for two new 10-color rotogravure printers: the Next 450, suitable for printing with water-based inks, and the NXS 300.
In 2017 Renato Lusa S.r.L. installed the two gravure printing machines in a new ultra-modern factory, built in an Industry 4.0 key. Thanks to Uteco technology, the company is able to meet the market demands with quality, versatility and efficiency. In particular, the rotogravure Next 450, which work also with water-based inks, allows the company to provide solutions that are both technologically advanced and environmentally friendly.
Uteco has sold to Empaques Universal both flexographic printers and special machines for the lamination of flexible packaging. With the Onyx flexo and with Uteco laminating machines, the company has reached a higher level as regards the print quality, the energy savings and the reduction of material waste and job changeover times. The Costa Rican company was thus able to affirm itself as a key player in the Central American market.