We are very proud to announce that one of Japans largest paper converting companies OJI Paper, have chosen us as their large diameter paper roll printing solution partner, with our ink jet printing solutions. This comes after our successful integration and installation of multiple IP8000 high resolution ink jet printers. (more…)
We are excited to be exhibiting at the PPMA Show 2017 in September, after a run of 21 years exhibiting at the same show.
ATDs success in the wallboard industry continues to grow. ATD has installed more of its latest generation high resolution wallboard stack printers in plants in Hungary and Finland, adding those already installed in France, Belgium, Germany, Poland and Romania. (more…)
We have recently worked with BAE Systems Plc, to review their munitions packaging printing solution. BAE, are a British multinational defence, security and aerospace company with headquarters in London and operations worldwide.
BAE produce a number of munitions products that each require different messaging, text and logos on the cardboard outer packaging. (more…)
We have recently installed a bespoke publication printing solution for a commercial print house in Dorchester. Henry Ling Limited, is a leading manufacturer of journals and books. They came to us to solve a problem they were experiencing with their production process. (more…)
We will be exhibiting at the PPMA Total 2016 show this year. We’ll be returning to the show for the 20th year running. (more…)
We were delighted to work recently with the, Burger Manufacturing Co Ltd (BMC) on a new style of carton printing they needed to implement.
We’ve been working on a great project with a well-known manufacturer of high performance roofing membranes who needed a solution for printing onto their roofing materials. (more…)
ATD Marking Systems will be displaying its extensive range of industrial coding and marking systems at the PPMA 2015 show, held at the NEC Birmingham from 29th September to 1st October. (more…)
Airberg Ltd. supply British manufactured foodstuffs to overseas supermarkets, embassies, hotels and airline caterers. To meet the legislation in these areas the original packing must be overprinted, often with a mix of western and arabic characters. (more…)