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Stork Unveils Dispensing System Merges Production

Stork Prints, The Netherlands, reports its new IPS epsilon dispensing system automates short runs and sampling processes.The system produces quantities of up to 15 kilograms and, according to the company, enables the same number of people to produce more reliable samples in the same amount of time as traditional dispensing systems.Although officially launched at ITMA 2003 last month, the IPS epsilon has been used by Campo International, The Netherlands, since May 2003.According to Bart Korff, technical manager at Campo, the new dispensing system raises productivity because process interruptions to obtain samples are no longer necessary. It also easily saves us 250 kilos of paste on an eight-color design, so production costs less, and the environment also benefits, said Korff. But it is its speed we can now start up a sampling order and a production order simultaneously that really makes the difference.In other company news, Stork Prints, in an effort to consolidate production, will move the manufacturing facilities of its Pegasus rotary printing machine to Germany. Organization of sales and service activities for the printer will remain in The Netherlands.

November 2003