Photo Gallery: Durst at drupa 2024

Durst Group launched several new products at drupa 2024 across many different platforms including the P5 SMP boasting up to 4,000 square metres an hour at top speed. Durst also presented a number of collaborations with key partners, including the KJet with fellow Italian manufacturer OMET, as well as the Aleph textiles and paper printing technology recently acquired by the business. Also on display was the next stage of the company’s partnership with Koenig & Bauer with the VariJET106 on display.

The Durst stand was one of the few stands to feature all new labels, textiles, software, wide format and packaging solutions on the one stand.

Durst launched the KJet at drupa 2024 – the successor to the XJet. The KJet is a new hybrid solution for label printing and is the second product developed in conjunction with Italian family-owned manufacturer OMET.

The Durst Lounge was a popular location for a lot of Australians missing their Flat Whites with Italian barista coffee and daily apertivo with Aperol Spritz and antipasto.

The Koenig & Bauer Durst stand was located between Durst and Koenig & Bauer in Hall 16 promoting the partnership between the two companies.

Koenig & Bauer Durst emphasised the importance of water-based ink on its stand at drupa.

Durst software solutions were demonstrated at drupa and represented a fast-growing part of the business.

Durst CEO and co-owner Christoph Gamper was present throughout the event emphasising and optimising the company’s family-focus and ownership.

Durst in numbers. More than 1000 employees globally and over 360 million Euros in annual sales revenue.

Durst also promoted its Tau RSC Platform for labels and flexible packaging at drupa.

Another product from the Koenig & Bauer Durst collaboration, the Delta SPC 130 platform is a single pass digital sheet-fed machine for corrugated markets.

The Koenig & Bauer single-pass VariJET 106 was on display at drupa highlighting the future of digitalisation for the folding carton segment.

A possible sign of things to come – the two logos demonstrating the Koenig & Bauer and Durst partnership with a new partner branding execution.

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