Pulse Roll Label Products enjoyed its busiest and most successful Labelexpo Europe ever, after exhibiting at its ninth consecutive show.
The company’s live colour demonstrations generated significant interest. Visitors were presented with an opportunity to see first hand how easily brand colours can be accurately matched using the next evolution of its mono-pigmented PureTone Food Packaging Compliant (FPC) UV flexo inks. Alongside this, and for the first time at a Labelexpo show, the company performed live colour matchings for its PureAqua water based flexo ink system and, with technical support provided by representatives from GMG Color (UK), also demonstrated colour matching to digital devices using GMG OpenColor. Visitors to the Pulse Roll Label Products stand came away with the clear message that, by using its mono-pigmented inks and digital colour management, brand colours remain consistent and all under a dE2000 of under 2.0.
Gary Seward, managing director, Pulse Roll Label Products, said: ‘This is our ninth consecutive Labelexpo Europe and the main show that we exhibit at. It was a really special one this year being the 40th anniversary edition which has been particularly fitting as it is also our 18th anniversary and our ‘coming of age’ in the industry. We had more visitors than ever and hundreds of very high quality leads. We also had companies from around the world coming to us, saying they have heard about us and our products, and wanting to partner with us. Labelexpo Europe 2019 has presented many interesting opportunities and I am confident it will be a great launchpad for further growth and success.’
Sarah Harriman, marketing and communications manager, Pulse Roll Label Products, said: ‘Labelexpo Europe 2019 was a resounding success for the team at Pulse Roll Label Products and by far our busiest and best show to date. It is the perfect platform for us to showcase to the global label and narrow web market who we are and what we do. No other trade show offers us the exposure to the market that we service and provide solutions for.’