Rotocon owner Michael Aengenvoort, Sign and Seal Labels’ owner Henk Crous and Banie Stafford from Banie Stafford Graphic Design.

Sign and Seal Labels’ Scrrene Truepress Jet L350UV+In a market where wine producers require more customisation and specialisation when it comes to label design and printing, Sign and Seal Labels have all the tools required to meet – and exceed – their client’s needs.

HENK CROUS, owner of Sign and Seal Labels, made the leap to digital printing by investing in a perfect digital partnership with Rotocon, embedding his business deep in the growing market for bespoke label designs and shorter runs.

“We found our customers requested more specialised label finishes, such as foiling and embossing with shorter runs and increased customisation,” he says.

As a result, Henk installed the Screen Truepress Jet L350UV+ digital press from Rotocon, offering a quality, cost-effective digital printing solution with a fast turnaround time. Henk also acquired the Rotocon RDF330 Ecoline digital finisher, which considerably enhances finishing operations.

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ROTOCON director Patrick Aengenvoort with Majestic Labels’ Roland Adshade (managing director), Knox (ECOLINE RSD 350 operator) and Russell Thorndike (production director).

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MAJESTIC LABELS has invested in a dual-purpose platform, ROTOCON ECOLINE RSD 350, which features precision die-cutting plus advanced roll and label inspection for convenient blank

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