KAMA and TRESU announce their cooperation in the field of digital embellishment

KAMA GmbH and TRESU, the highly specialised manufacturer of flexible and customised flexo printing machines, have confirmed they are entering a partnership to establish together a game-changing solution to bring digital embellishment to the next level of efficiency.

TRESU will integrate its coating unit into the new KAMA Hammerhead 76/106 to add conventional coating options to all the other applications the KAMA Hammerhead offers, such as UV digital spot varnish and digital foiling. With this combined solution KAMA and TRESU are breaking the limits by greatly widening the range of materials/substrates to be embellished and by raising the bar of efficiency to a high level never seen before.

The latest solution for digital embellishment: KAMA Hammerhead 76/106 with TRESU coating unit.

Beyond the co-development of further options for the KAMA Hammerhead, KAMA and TRESU are setting up the basis for future collaboration in many more fields, by combining the knowledge and the excellence each company brings from their own field of expertise.

Jordi Giralt, Chief Business Officer, KAMA, says, “TRESU is the right partner to achieve the levels of excellence we aim for, and partnering with them will support us to bring digital embellishment to the position we consider it must be: equal to offset or flexo production in terms of efficiency and utilisation, and of course rationalising the cost of production.”

Stephan Plenz, Chief Executive Officer, TRESU, says, “KAMA is in the right track to bring a disruptive solution to the increasing field of digital embellishment, which could benefit from the knowledge we can add. We want to walk this journey with our new partner, and we expect this is just the first step of a very productive association.”

Giralt concludes, “Drupa is the right moment and location to present to the world this new partnership and show the first concepts of the ground-breaking KAMA Hammerhead 76/106 equipped with a TRESU Coater.”

Left to right: Marcus Tralau (KAMA), Jordi Giralt (KAMA), Stephan Plenz (TRESU), and Henrik Kristensen (TRESU).

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