• Trimatt is set to unveil its ColourStar AQ BoxPro, its ultra-wide CMYK digital print solution crafted for boxes and shippers.
    Trimatt is set to unveil its ColourStar AQ BoxPro, its ultra-wide CMYK digital print solution crafted for boxes and shippers.
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Trimatt Systems is set to unveil and demonstrate its latest leap in innovation with the introduction of the ColourStar AQ BoxPro – an ultra-wide CMYK digital print solution crafted for boxes and shippers.

Trimatt says this "groundbreaking" model is poised to "revolutionise the industry" by optimising storage space through on-demand SKU printing, addressing the dynamic needs of manufacturers striving to bolster operational efficiency, while curbing warehouse costs.

The ColourStar AQ BoxPro is also the ideal addition to cardboard box manufacturers wanting to print short runs in-house to retain print profit, and customers, through shortened lead times.

In addition to the ColourStar AQ BoxPro, Trimatt will showcase a diverse range of cutting-edge models tailored for various applications. From solutions for food packaging print to feeding and coding inkjet applications for FMCG, to the high-speed folding and gluing prowess of the Trimatt FoldLine 9000, the expo promises a comprehensive exploration of Trimatt's versatility.

Trimatt's commitment to advancing printing technology extends beyond mere resource-saving; it actively contributes to heightened productivity, translating to an improved return on investment for businesses.

The ColourStar AQ V, a standout in the series, offers customisable features and industrial-grade performance, facilitating swift, cost-effective, and profitable in-house package printing.

Visit Trimatt on Stand F045. APPEX is taking place on 12-15 March at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Free registration is open now.

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