VR Print invests double in digital

ESTABLISHED in 1997, Durban-based VR Print has now ventured into the digital printing market having invested in a Screen Truepress Jet L350UV+ and an Ecoline RDF 330 digital printed label converting and finishing system, both purchased through Rotocon.

‘From the beginning of our business relationship with Rotocon some five years ago, everything has been amazing,’ says MD Hilton van Rensburg. ‘From after-sales service to the number of technicians available, we’ve received everything we’ve needed from Rotocon, and not one die has failed us yet,’ he adds.

According to Hilton, VR Print wanted to add value to labels without compromising on quality. ‘Putting our customers’ needs first, we noticed growing demand for digitally printed labels, especially in the FMCG and personal care markets,’ he continues. 

Find out more»» as featured in the September 2019 issue of PPM

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