Nilpeter teams up with TrojanLabel

Nilpeter, which manufactures narrow web flexo presses, has signed an international distribution agreement with another Danish company, TrojanLabel, which makes the Trojan2 digital label press.

Nilpeter will distribute Trojan Label’s Trojan2 digital label printer.

The Trojan2 is a mini digital label press that offers converters an easy way to get into digital label production. Nilpeter already sells its own digital label press, the Panorama, and believes that the Trojan2 will complement this.

Jakob Landberg, Sales & Marketing Director at Nilpeter, commented: “From the get-go, it has been Nilpeter’s strategy to offer a wide range of digital solutions with our Panorama product-line and the products from TrojanLabel fit perfectly into this equation.”

Nilpeter will distribute the Trojan2 through its companies in the US, Brazil, Asia Pacific plus the UK and Ireland. TrojanLabel itself is now part of AstroNova inc. Mikkel Wichmann, managing director of TrojanLabel, said: “With Nilpeter as a global partner, we will be able to get closer to our customers, provide strong backup, and further enhance our successful distribution channels.”





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