Successful Print4All in Milan

09.07.2018

Print4All2018: great feedback by the new exhibition format to the appearance of BST eltromat Italia

· BST eltromat with persuasive presentation at international exhibition
· Highest ever interest in extended portfolio of BST eltromat solutions
· Focus on print 100% inspection and workflow

Considerable interest in the product portfolio of BST eltromat at the Print4All 2018 in Milan: the provider of all-embracing quality assurance and product optimisation draws a very positive conclusion on their appearance at the international exhibition for processing, packaging printing and labelling that was held at Milan from 29th of May to 1st of June 2018. The newly developed and further advanced appliance generations of BST eltromat solutions catered for great interest at the booth. The live demonstration of the 100% print inspection systems of iPQ series and Tubescan on the label rewinder machine attracted the visitors' attention.


This year, the BST eltromat group - together with its brands BST ProControl, AccuWeb and partners SeeOne for surface inspection and Rheintacho for strobo devices - attended the new format of Print4All to present the most comprehensive product range for quality assurance currently available on the market - and this was also noticed by the volume and quality of visitors. Many visitors to the BST eltromat booth took the opportunity to catch up on the most recent technologies used in the optimisation of manufacturing processes.

Thus, the final statement of Paolo Tamburrini, Managing Director of BST eltromat Italia, on the results of the exhibition is highly positive: "We are extremely satisfied with our presence at this year's Print4All that provided a completely new approach and spirit that was confirmed by the huge quantity and variety of international customers and by the high quality of the visits to our stand. We're already looking forward to planning the next edition in 2021 with high excitement and motivation

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