Kodak opens Brussels Flexo centre

Kodak has set up a new Flexo Packaging Technology Centre in Brussels, which it is calling the Kodak Flexo Hub.

Kodak is opening a new Flexo technology centre in Brussels to coincide with Label Expo 2017.

The main purpose is to work with printers and repro houses as well as brand owners and other equipment suppliers. Naturally, Kodak will also use it as a demo centre for its Flexcel NX system and for customer training, as well as for making plates for printing trials.

This follows on from the technical centre that Kodak opened earlier this year in Shanghai, China. Kodak has also earmarked $15m for a Flexcel NX plate manufacturing line in Weatherford, Oklahoma. Chris Payne, president of Kodak’s Flexographic Packaging Division, commented: “This latest in a series of Kodak investments demonstrates our strong commitment to flexographic print technology and the importance we place on collaboration.”

Kodak has timed the opening of the centre with Label Expo where it will share further details with the show visitors. Kodak will also demonstrate its Flexcel NX Wide system as well as its Ultrastream inkjet technology and Prinergy workflow at Label Expo.





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