Canon ushered in a new production facility highly automated. This plant was built to meet the requests relating to inks water-based polymers and is destined to become an important reference for the company’s activities in the near future. Here are the full details:
Canon inaugurates a new plant dedicated to the production of water-based polymer inks
Canon’s new plant is based in Venlo, the Netherlands. It is a facility dedicated to the production of water-based polymeric inks and characterized by a 1500 square meter factory. The plant was obtained from an old building and modernized with the most recent industrial equipment and highly automated processes.
In this way, Canon will be able to count on a plant capable of producing high quality CMYK inks, reducing waste. The establishment has 30 employees, partly from the redeployment of staff and partly from new hires. The plant was born from the need to satisfy the requests of a constantly growing and expanding customer base which involved the new investment to expand the production capacity.
The company comment
Rob Puts, Vice Presidente Manufacturing and Logistics di Canon Production Printing, declares: “. The new highly automated plant, dedicated to the production of water-based polymeric inks that can be used by our inkjet printers, has been designed to meet the constant growth of our customers. The factory allows us to offer the best machines currently available on the market for the production of high volumes of ink ”.