Coveris in Louth, UK, is to take delivery of a new €3 million Comexi press in June, increasing the business’s ability to print its recyclable MonoFlex and recycled ReGen extruded films.

The 10-colour press is a 1.7m-wide web machine that can run at up to 600m/min and comes with Comexi’s GeniusTech automation features, enabling optimised changeovers, impressions and registration. The press will be delivered to Louth direct from its showing at drupa, on the Comexi stand.

Coveris Louth is the site of the group’s ReCover de-inking and closed loop recycling plant, opened in 2023, and the company said the new press investment marks a further step in its ‘commitment to No Waste’, through advances in print and operational efficiencies.

Paul Barber, managing director at Coveris Louth, commented, ‘Having made one of the packaging industry’s most groundbreaking and significant investments into ReCover at our Louth facility last year, we continue to invest in game-changing technologies for our customers. Offering unrivalled quality and speed alongside minimised waste, energy and process, this really does represent the future of print.’