Devon-based Atlas Packaging have quickly become a leader in the packaging industry since establishment in 1983. Due to increased demands and technical challenges to flexographic print on corrugated packaging and the continuous expansion of Atlas Packaging, a new machine was required to assist in responding to upcoming packaging trends and requirements.

Visits and meetings took place within the UK and Europe to carefully select the best machine to compliment the growing demands of Atlas Packaging which would provide an economical and efficient process for customers. Although the final decision was difficult, they carefully selected to invest in Cuir which offers the specifications and high quality to create bespoke, premium packaging solutions at a competitive price.

The new machine has six print units with interchangeable anilox rollers, allowing for various options for print and detail so no matter your brand’s vision, Atlas can create it with even more control of the finished result than ever before. This is also complimented with Infra-red and UV dryers. The combination of rollers and dryers will allow Atlas Packaging to print excellent coverage with a greater vibrancy of colour and re-produce excellent image detail preventing any compromise in your businesses branding.

In addition, the advanced machine will offer different finishes and coatings, from water based varnishes to high gloss UV. Cuir has the ability produce high quality flexo-print that will challenge alternative printing processes usually associated with high quality packaging.

Atlas has an ethos that anything is possible, no matter your brand’s vision. Having worked with a variety of companies within the food and drink industry such as ASDA, Carlsberg and Barbers, they have developed an outstanding reputation by creating everything from Free Standing Displays to Fully Enclosed Boxes. Their in-house facilities and design capabilities provide specialist packaging solutions without the need to outsource produce, resulting in a quick and cost-effective process.

For business enquiries contact Mark Leverton at [email protected] or on 01271 344055

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