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BOBST unveils plans for drupa 2024


At drupa 2024, visitors will have the opportunity to find out how BOBST is bringing its vision to reality through a live-show experience on a “concept machine”. Through key solutions along the end-to-end production process, BOBST’s industry storylines will be featured.

BOBST has announced the launch of two major new features for BOBST Connect, the company’s constantly evolving, cloud-based digital platform, which improves productivity. Workflow with Job and Recipe Management empowers customers to seamlessly integrate BOBST machines in their production and design workflows and benefit from bi-directional job and recipe data synchronization for fast set up and increased productivity. The Energy Monitoring feature allows customers to measure their energy consumption and costs in real time. By collecting data across various jobs, settings, and connected machines, and together with our industry leading Workflow and Automation Partners, we help our customers to drive efficiency improvements and cost savings.

Reinforcing its credentials as a strategic partner, the company has also announced to develop BOBST Application Management across the four industries, a hands-on innovative consulting service focusing on workflow automation, color and process optimization, end-to-end converting improvements as well as regulatory compliance, addressing the needs of converters and brand owners.

Meanwhile, BOBST’s commitment to sustainability – both for its own operations and helping its customers to achieve their sustainability goals – is reflected across multiple streams and in all the new solutions announced today. The company has stated that all new machines purchased in 2024 will benefit from at least between 10% and 20% efficiency and productivity improvements, from reductions in waste, substrate, and energy usage.

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