January 23: Customers using decorated fancy cans will be able to order them in smaller volumes and with quicker delivery times using a service being set up by Europe-based canmaker Impress.
Key to the new service is a digital printing system, the result of a number of years of research & development, called dPrint.
“The process time from artwork to the final printed product can be reduced to a few hours. This will enable us to bring really short lead times for small lot sizes which will perfectly fit our customers’ requirements for speed and personalisation,” says Woep Möller, managing director of the Impress Specialities Division.
“The digital printing process also supports the Company’s sustainability objectives, making on-going reductions in the environmental impact of canmaking.”

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