Bobst, a supplier of equipment and services to packaging and label manufacturers, will exhibit its advanced process technology at Labelexpo Southeast Asia in Thailand.

The event will take place from 10 May to 12 May in Bangkok.

Bobst M1 press for label production will be exhibited at the event. The firm’s eight-color M1 UV flexo press is said to be used for advanced filmic applications.

The UV flexo range is suitable for use in applications, including labels, flexible packaging and folding carton packaging.

Bobst has optimized M5X line to improve the quality of labels and packaging production, while reducing investment and delivery time.

The company will exhibit its CI flexo and gravure printing presses, as well as laminators for mid to wide-web short run production applications.

Bobst will also showcase a range of silicone, adhesive and pre/post coating lines and vacuum metallizing solutions suitable for applications in the label and flexible packaging manufacturing industry.

Bobst Firenze managing director and Bobst narrow and mid-web multi-process product line head Matteo Cardinotti said: “The Southeast Asian market has been keeping us very busy of late. The label and packaging industry is booming and the interest in our range of solutions is high and continues to grow.

“The event is a great opportunity for showing our equipment live to a wide number of converters in the SEA region and we are gearing up to provide them with a memorable experience when they visit our stand.

“We launched the new M1 Line, configured with mechanical line shaft and laser pre-register and automatic register at Labelexpo Europe just over six months ago.

Bobst provides equipment and services to packaging and label manufacturers in the folding carton, corrugated board and flexible materials industries.

With operations in over 50 countries, the company operates 14 production facilities in 8 countries and employs around 5 400 people across the globe.

Image : Bobst to showcase its advanced product solutions at Labelexpo Southeast Asia. Photo: courtesy of BOBST.