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Jarvis porter announce investment. (packaging equipment).

Jarvis Porter Labels have invested in a Gallus Arsoma 410 UV flexo labels press at their Ingram Row, Leeds operation.

The Arsoma 410 will help spearhead JP labels' move into innovative labels, with the key objective of meeting the changing conditions of the market. The installation at Leeds is part of a pan-European investment strategy for the Jarvis Porter Labels Businesses, with the two other sites at JP Peha, Houten, The Netherlands and JP Baulip, Bondy, Paris also set to benefit from UV flexo investment over the next 12 months.

The Arsoma 410 is a 7-unit combination UV flexo and silk screen press with overhead rail, enabling flexible positioning of the screen unit. It has been carefully specified to handle thin film substrates and has a dual infeed for peel and read and other complex applications.
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Title Annotation:Jarvis Porter Labels invests in flexo label press
Publication:Food Trade Review
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Date:Sep 1, 2001
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