Landa is planning to expand its operations in Asia and Oceania in late 2020 after drupa with its first press expected in Australia and New Zealand early in 2021.
Landa’s manufacturing infrastructure, consumables production and support operations are expanding with regional headquarters being set up in China to support the growth in sales activity across the Asia Pacific including Japan.
Nanography has become a reality across the globe, Landa claims, and the company will be showcasing its progress with the technology at drupa 2020. Currently, there are three Landa models, two of which are installed and working around the world with a third to be shipped shortly to a European customer, a spokesperson for Landa exclusively told Australian Printer.
The Landa S10 is a single-sided sheetfed press designed for the folding carton, signage and display markets. Three of these are installed across Israel and Europe and are producing customer jobs.
Another five Landa S10s are set for installation before the end of the year including one which is on its way to one of the top three folding carton converters in China, the first customer in the Asia Pacific region.
The Landa S10P is a sheetfed perfector press designed for the commercial print and publishing markets. It has been installed and is working at two plants in North America, with another three of these set for installation before the end of 2019.
The third press is the Landa W10, a webfed press designed to print on film, plastic and other synthetic materials. The newest model in the Landa series, it will be shipped to a German flexible packaging converter at the end of this year.
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