20th – 23rd February 2017: Hunkeler Innovation Days, Lucerne

DREWSEN will be exhibiting at the Hunkeler Innovation Days from 20th – 23rd February 2017 for the first time.

 

Learn more about the latest papers for high-speed inkjet printing at our booth in Hall 1.


PROINKJET Classic Plus is the latest generation of our entry-level product for the inkjet range. The paper comes with an advanced surface treatment that guarantees trouble-free converting for both high-speed inkjet and classical offset printing. It is especially suitable for book printing as well as black/white transactional printing with simple colour components. Paper shades and substance can be customised.


Visitors are more than welcome to join us at DREWSEN’s booth in Hall 1 to discuss the new product developments in our high-speed inkjet printing portfolio.

 

For further information please contact:
Mr Thilo Frieling
Area Sales Manager
Tel.: +49 (0) 5145 88 114
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