A B Graphic International (ABG) has unveiled its most significant exhibition to date, with its largest-ever stand showcasing 17 machines and focussing on the future of automation.
Highlighting ABG’s commitment to advancing technology, 25 ground-breaking innovations were introduced.
At the forefront was the much-anticipated ABG Connect automated workflow solution.
Other notable launches included the new Vectra G, its latest SRI and the highly adaptable fully modular 530 converter.
A global gathering of over 80 dedicated ABG team members shared their expertise, shed light on the capabilities of ABG’s solutions and ensured visitors left with an enriched understanding of what’s next in the industry.
For ABG, Labelexpo proved to be not just a showcase but also a marketplace, with solutions being sold across the globe. Deals were completed with partners in South Africa, France, Dubai, Australia and many other regions, underscoring ABG’s international footprint.
Visitors could see over 30 presentations showcasing the capabilities of ABG’s non-stop converting line, the Digicon Series 3 with ABG Connect and the integration of DigiLase/DigiJet on HP’s stand. Additionally, live demonstrations on all ABG solutions ensured that attendees could witness these innovations in action.
Click below to watch Mark Daws from Currie Group demonstrating the ABG Digicon Series 3 with DigiLase and DigiJet at Labelexpo
ABG CEO Richard Knight said, “Labelexpo was an outstanding success for ABG this year. Our dedicated and hardworking team went above and beyond to make the event memorable. We showcased a variety of brand-new innovations, illustrating to our customers how keen we are to offer cutting-edge solutions and continue to push forward as a market leader.
“I want to express my heartfelt gratitude to everyone who visited our stand, taking part in demonstrations and watching our presentations. This support and enthusiasm are what drive us forward.”
ABG’s entire portfolio is available through Currie Group, the regional distributor of its equipment in Australia and New Zealand.