In a move to introduce the cutting-edge technology of digital label printing, JDC Printing Technologies Ltd., the pioneers in digital printing and providers of reliable and innovative printing solutions, launched the Konica Minolta Accurio Label 230 (AL 230) Digital Label Press recently. The launching ceremony of the revolutionary digital label printer was held at Hilton Residencies before a large gathering of digital printing professionals on 19 March.
Labels are an essential medium that can be used to identify and help to market all kinds of goods as well as provide essential information such as weight or volume, contact details, ingredients and usage or safety information. Labels are found with almost everything that we buy in retail stores, pharmacies and shops. The Accurio Label 230 is the third re-design of Konica Minolta’s popular label series of toner-based printers. The new design offers speed improvement on tack papers and tack films with a maximum print speed of 76ft/min, shorter warm-up times and an optional over-print kit enabling additional capabilities of running pre-printed media.
Chandula Perera, Chairman of Redline Capital Group to which JDC Printing Technologies belongs, said, “The Konica Minolta AL 230 will no doubt revolutionise the digital printing sector which saw a rapid growth in recent years. Particularly, the digital label production industry is booming. Therefore, it is a pleasure to have introduced the latest technology of label printing to our country in this way. Participation of over one hundred printing professionals at this event is a clear indication of its success. I would like to thank them all with a sense of gratitude.”
“Evolution and progress are all about moving forward, it’s about taking a look at the marketplace, drivers, trends in technology in determining what is best for your business. The global pandemic has brought about the acceleration of digital transformation and top printing companies are embracing innovations, integrating with digital technologies and getting more customised,” said Konica Minolta Country Head Francis Chua.