Smaller FESPA still a draw says ITL
February’s FESPA in Barcelona may have been smaller than previous shows but it still packed a punch, according to ITL.
Also representing strategic partner IST Metz, the stand joint-showcased emergent curing applications for a growing range of media at the show, which remains an ideal environment to platform new technologies alongside existing market leading solutions according to ITL managing director Adrian Lockwood.
“While the exhibitor numbers were clearly lower than in former years, total visitor attendance exceeded expectations at around thirteen thousand,” he said.
By far the largest market share of the UV equipment shown at Fespa was from ITL with, over 27% of exhibited platforms operating with the company’s UV technology.
ITL’s SubZero system was again a popular choice amongst exhibiting machine makers. Lynx Digital, a newly formed European company, launched a new UV flatbed carrying SubZero 085’s. Capable of printing on board, foam and metal substrates, the Lynx 250FB-UV will cater for growing demand for high-quality, medium format production.
ITL UV LED was also in evidence at FESPA with Machines Dubuit from France launching a new rotary tube printing machine running ITL Pincure Plus UV LEDs.
April 2012 and is filed under Exhibition