North Wales based label printers Etiquette Labels have just taken delivery of a six-colour Mark Andy 2200 press.

Etiquette was established originally to serve the thermal transfer label market specialising in thermal transfer and direct thermal imaging. Explains Tom Bunce, Etiquette’s sales director, ‘The purchase of the Mark Andy 2200, together with the existing plant, will serve to place us firmly in the high quality pre-printed colour label market and enable us to meet growing demands.’

Christiane Gough, Etiquette’s operations director, added ‘Mark Andy machines are recognised as being the best machines on the market at the right price. Mark Andy’s presence in the UK was a major factor affecting our decision to purchase the 2200 and the fact that they are only an hour away from us is an added bonus. The high level of service and support offered by Mark Andy was also an important issue.

‘We anticipate that the quick changeover and high output will further sharpen our competitive edge and give us the capability to produce very accurate process work, enabling us to satisfy the increasingly sophisticated requirements of our customers,’ commented Tom Bunce.

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