Monotech installs Kodak Achieve at Campolina Offset
North India’s leading commercial printer Campolina Offset Printers has invested in Kodak Achieve 400 Thermal Platesetter. The installation has been done by Monotech Systems Limited. Kodak Achieve T400/T800 Platesetters are robust and reliable CTP devices that deliver the stability of Kodak’s thermal light-valve imaging technology at a surprisingly low cost. They’re based on the successful Kodak Trendsetter Platesetter platform and available with a variety of automation and speed options.
“We have a consumption of approx. 2,000–2,500 plates per month and for the same dependency was lying on the third-party pre-press bureaus which was a time taking activity. For any plate rejection, we had to wait for the new plate which was delaying our services. Moreover, the secrecy of the job was also an important concern for us as we are into the labels and packaging business. Due to all these we decided to make the setup in-house and opted for Kodak Achieve platesetter which is productive and has a process-free operation,” said, Manoj Arora, Director, Campolina Offset Printers.
Situated in Sirmaur, Himachal Pradesh, Campolina Offset Printers was started with 2 colour offset machines in 2010, now it has been servicing the needs of its customers for over 12 years. The company has also added short-run packaging to their business. Now the offerings from the company are roll labels, vinyl labels, waterproof labels, sheet labels, thermal labels, pharmaceutical labels, vial labels, etc., and labels of various colours, shapes, and sizes from single to bulk orders of large corporations.
“The Kodak Achieve offers a processless technology which contributes to the sustainability and hence it was the first choice. Monotech Systems has good after-sales support, and they already have a good reputation in the market which was vouched by the third-party vendors too. We also have recently purchased a digital label press from them. It has been a wonderful experience interacting with the team and with their services,” he added.