– to showcase innovative packaging software solutions along with Kongsberg C24 at Paris show.
Esko will showcase its innovative packaging software solutions for brand owners, tradeshops and converters, as well as a Kongsberg C24 cutting table (1680×3200) at All4Pack, Paris, November 26 to 29, Hall 6 Stand L141.
Esko will show visitors how streamlining and connecting the end-to-end production delivers tangible business benefits, resulting in faster throughput, higher quality, and ‘Right First Time’ production.
Eddy Fadel, VP Sales EMEA of Esko, explains: “Visitors to All4Pack will see how Esko’s solutions are connecting job specifications, order information, approval cycles, CAD and graphic data, as well as requirements for manufacturing and logistics in one integrated workflow, making the process from order to completion far more efficient and cost effective.”
A virtual reality setup on the booth will allow brands and their suppliers to discover hyper-realistic 3D pack shots and entire store environments enabled by Studio Store Visualizer and that can be used for proofing, marketing and e-commerce purposes. These environments are stocked with packaging developed using Esko’s packaging design solutions, ArtiosCAD for structural design and Studio for 3D packaging design.
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Live demonstrations of the latest business enhancing developments of Esko’s Software platform:
Demonstrating high quality finishing capabilities will be Esko’s Kongsberg C24 cutting table. It delivers value, durability, reliability, precision and ease of use at an attractive investment level. It features a lightweight carbon composite traverse to consistently provide the fastest throughput.
Fadel adds: “We are excited to show new and existing customers how our continuously evolving suite of solutions combines to deliver a connected offering that streamlines every production step and ensures consistency, accuracy and reliability. We will share ways to add value and support operations as they address key market demands efficiently and effectively.”
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