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Xeikon – Mexican company Eticom adds narrow-web label press

Left to right: The shareholders of Eticom, Francisco Ramirez, Jesus Ramirez, Hugo Ramirez, and Luis Ramirez

THE NETHERLANDS • Xeikon reports that Mexican self-adhesive label manufacturer Eticom has added a Xeikon 3300 narrow-web label press to its extensive production platform with several digital and flexo presses. Eticom specializes in self-adhesive labels for the food & beverage, pharmaceutical and other industries that require high-end labels. Spread over its two facilities in Mexico City and Monterrey, the company today operates with sixteen flexo presses and two high-end digital presses. The new Xeikon 3300 will offer size and format capabilities that are not available with Eticom’s current presses. Eticom choose Xeikon’s dry-toner electrophotography technology to complement its existing flexo and liquid ElectroInk printing technologies to expand capacity and the range of offerings.

Mexican self-adhesive label printer Eticom is a family-owned business and was founded in 2000 by Jesus Ramirez and his brothers Francisco, Luis and Hugo Ramirez. The company manufactures specialist labels for the food & beverage, pharmaceutical and other industries that require high-quality self-adhesive labels at sites in Mexico City and Monterrey on 26 presses, including flexo and digital technologies.

Armin Karl Geiger

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