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Rob Stolk opts for high-end B2 press from KBA
First KBA Rapida 76 destined for the Netherlands
Tanneke Janssen and Jacqueline van As, who have owned this small commercial print enterprise for the past ten years, opted for the high-tech press from KBA because the innovative curing technology means that its energy consumption is much lower than that of comparable presses. Fast makeready times, the ability to handle a broad product range and inline quality control also influenced the choice of press. Although other offers were cheaper, KBA's total package won the day, together with confidence in KBA and its Dutch agency sales Wifac.
Rob Stolk has around 15 employees and alongside B2 also offers digital print services. The company mainly addresses the artistic sector, museums and the fashion industry. In recent years the environmentally-minded proprietors made the transition to waterless offset. In future they are planning to switch to HR UV curing systems because colour impositions of up to 300 per cent are a routine feature of production. Tanneke Janssen and Jacqueline van As are delighted with their purchase. "With the Rapida 76 Rob Stolk will make enormous advances in terms of quality," says Tanneke Janssen. Since production must stop for a few days while the new Rapida 76 press is installed, this has been scheduled for January next year.
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