JUN 02, 2021
MTEX NS accords European exclusive to KONICA MINOLTA EUROPE
JUN 02, 2021
MTEX NS accords European exclusive to KONICA MINOLTA EUROPE

Japanese multinational takes over NS MULTI's European distribution exclusive

The exclusive distribution agreement for the NS MULTI model, concerning the European market, was signed at the end of last January by the Japanese multinational and MTEX NS.

This model has also been marketed on the American territory, exclusively by Konica Minolta, since 2019, under the trade name PKG-675i.

The PKG-675i is an entry-level solution for water-based inkjet digital printing on cardboard that answers a wide range of needs and different markets. Highlight to the e-commerce segment that has grown exponentially due to pandemic circumstances. According to indicators shared by the most diverse specialists in the sector, this trend will last for a long time.

 “The growth of e-commerce is one of the defining trends of the packaging industry going forward, and this will have a major impact for those in the corrugated packaging sector. In particular, they need to be able to react fast and develop e-commerce-specific packaging designs that solve the inherent challenges of postal distribution, rather than those of retail. Versioning and personalisation are also on the rise. Creating high-quality proof-of-concept prototypes and short run, individualised batches is the sweet spot for the PKG-675i digital inkjet printer.” alludes Edoardo Cotichini, Senior Manager Professional Print da Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe GmbH.

Elói Ferreira, MTEX NS CEO, states that “this technology will provide a perfect solution to create quick mock-up packaging designs, helping to improve time to market and reduce waste in areas such as folding carton and corrugated packaging”, pointing one ecological benefit of this solution. MTEX NS CEO, also asserts that “this cooperation with Konica Minolta will significantly benefit customers. (…) Over the last decade, MTEX NS has developed a strong reputation for quality and innovation while continuously expanding its service offerings and global presence to more than 40 countries across five continents.” concludes.

Japanese multinational takes over NS MULTI's European distribution exclusive

The exclusive distribution agreement for the NS MULTI model, concerning the European market, was signed at the end of last January by the Japanese multinational and MTEX NS.

This model has also been marketed on the American territory, exclusively by Konica Minolta, since 2019, under the trade name PKG-675i.

The PKG-675i is an entry-level solution for water-based inkjet digital printing on cardboard that answers a wide range of needs and different markets. Highlight to the e-commerce segment that has grown exponentially due to pandemic circumstances. According to indicators shared by the most diverse specialists in the sector, this trend will last for a long time.

 “The growth of e-commerce is one of the defining trends of the packaging industry going forward, and this will have a major impact for those in the corrugated packaging sector. In particular, they need to be able to react fast and develop e-commerce-specific packaging designs that solve the inherent challenges of postal distribution, rather than those of retail. Versioning and personalisation are also on the rise. Creating high-quality proof-of-concept prototypes and short run, individualised batches is the sweet spot for the PKG-675i digital inkjet printer.” alludes Edoardo Cotichini, Senior Manager Professional Print da Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe GmbH.

Elói Ferreira, MTEX NS CEO, states that “this technology will provide a perfect solution to create quick mock-up packaging designs, helping to improve time to market and reduce waste in areas such as folding carton and corrugated packaging”, pointing one ecological benefit of this solution. MTEX NS CEO, also asserts that “this cooperation with Konica Minolta will significantly benefit customers. (…) Over the last decade, MTEX NS has developed a strong reputation for quality and innovation while continuously expanding its service offerings and global presence to more than 40 countries across five continents.” concludes.