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AB Graphic Lands Multiple Digicon Order

Leading print finishing equipment manufacturer, A B Graphic International (ABG), has announced that it has recently taken an order for five of its flagship Digicon Series 3 finishing machines from the Netherlands-based Geostick Group, one of the largest label producers in Europe.

Founded in Amsterdam in 1924 by P.J. Berveling, the Geostick Group is a third generation, family-owned business that has grown significantly over the years. Besides conventional label printing, the group also leads the market in digital printing, supplying label printers, providing maintenance, software and additional services.

Purchasing their first finishing machine back in 1999, Geostick’s long standing relationship with ABG has since resulted in an impressive line-up of over 40 existing machines. The five new Digicon machines will allow the Geostick ipv label producer label producer to increase productivity and keep pace with customer demand by delivering high quality outputs. All machines will provide high levels of automation, including connections to CERM, which will make set up and changeovers easier, resulting in reduced operator error helping to maintain Geostick’s dominance in the label market.

Cees Schouten, Geostick Group’s Operations Director, commented: “We are excited about the continued growth of the Geostick Group and our planned expansion into new purpose built digital printing facilities in Uithoorn later this year.

“We chose ABG because of their belief in automation and quality. The new Digicons will allow us to continue to grow whilst creating the high quality products our customers expect. ABG has been our chosen finishing equipment partner for over two decades.”

Matt Burton, ABG’s global Sales Director, added: “We are thrilled that the Geostick Group sees ABG as their natural partner for finishing equipment; we share similar values and look forward to seeing the result of their new purchases going forward.”