South American label converter Pro Print has acquired a Lemorau MEBR+ 330 modular digital finishing machine to increase its production capacity.

Established in 1998 by Roy Liong-A-San in Paramaribo, Suriname, the South American converter started as an offset printer. However, the company, now managed by founder’s sons Shannon and Liyan, has expanded its production capabilities with flexo and digital printing to fulfill its core strategy of ‘Multiplying colorful solutions’ for the labels and flexible packaging markets.

In order to increase its production efficiencies and capacity, the company invested in a Lemorau MEBR+ digital finishing machine manufactured in 330mm web width and equipped with two optional features: linerless lamination and Quick Remote Connection (QRC). 

‘From the first contact, through the installation, and to the first run, Lemorau had assisted us in the best way possible. The Lemorau MEBR+ does what it promises and runs as smoothly as expected. It is built with a great focus on quality and simple handling. ‘This equipment will help us to fulfill the needs of our customers,’ said Liyan Liong-A-San. ‘With the Lemorau MEBR+, we will be able to offer more solid partnership to small and medium production companies with competitive products and solutions.’

The Lemorau MEBR+ is a modular machine developed with a focus flexibility, offering several different configurations and possible future expansion according to the customer needs. 

In its standard version, the Lemorau MEBR+ can work in full rotary and semi-rotary modes, is equipped with Electronic Web Guide, Automatic Web tension controlled by servo motors, labels in and labels out rewinding, 250 job memory to help future repetitions, and adjustable splice table with pneumatic clamps just to name a few.

Lemorau also offers a wide range of optional features that can be added for high demanding productions, such as a speed pack, increasing the semi-rotary speed on die-cutting to register from 40 to 80 m/min, depending on plate size.