ABG to mark 70th anniversary with drupa debut

A B Graphic International (ABG), is set to exhibit at this year’s drupa, the world’s premier print exhibition. During the event, ABG will host its own stand for the first time, D10 in hall 16, marking a significant milestone for ABG as the print finishing equipment manufacturer, celebrates its 70th anniversary this year.

Spanning a 50sqm area, ABG’s stand will showcase the SRI3 label finishing system and SR (seaming rewinder) from ABG’s shrink sleeve range.

ABG will also have a presence on the HP stand, where it will display three additional machines. These include non-stop winding (NSW) technology for the HP Indigo V12 Digital Press, which will be running in-line, and the Digicon Series 3 equipped with Fast Track, specifically designed to complement the finishing needs for the HP Indigo V12 Digital Press.

Additionally, ABG will also showcase the DigiLase with DigiJet to highlight laser die-cutting and digital embellishment.

Drupa 2024 provides ABG with a unique opportunity to highlight its substantial achievements and consistent commitment to innovation. As a result, a collection of ABG experts from across the globe will gather at the event, showcasing the company’s extensive international influence and expertise.

The team will be interacting with attendees, offering insights and demonstrating ABG’s advanced solutions that are shaping the future of the print industry.

Matt Burton, ABG’s global sales director, said: ” After years of showcasing our solutions in partner areas, we are thrilled to present ABG solutions on our very own stand at the world’s premier print exhibition; this represents a significant highlight in our 2024 calendar, especially during our 70th-anniversary year. We look forward to unveiling our latest innovations and strengthening connections with industry professionals worldwide.”

During the show, ABG is also offering customers the opportunity to visit its manufacturing facility in Baesweiler, conveniently located less than an hour from Düsseldorf.

This visit offers a hands-on experience to see a variety of ABG’s innovative solutions in action, including Slitter Rewinders (SRI), specialised booklet production lines and their in-house fleyeVision inspection technology.

Additionally, Maan Engineering, an ABG partner, is also offering the chance to see their linerless and hot melt coating solutions at its facility in Raalte, Netherlands.

ABG’s entire portfolio is available through Currie Group, the regional distributor of its equipment in Australia and New Zealand.

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