Successful open house for Jet Technologies

Jet Technologies
Tuesday, 29 July, 2014

Jet Technologies had an impressive turnout at its open house event last Friday, with more than 120 visitors dropping by throughout the day to view the newly refurbished office and tour the 1847 m2 warehouse and demo centre.

The demo centre showcased live demonstrations, with the L350UV printing a range of jobs that were finished on the Smag E-Cut, courtesy of Gulmen Engineering.

“It was great to see both existing clients as well as clients from outside of the label and packaging industries who are looking to diversify into those fields. Even better, many clients have booked additional time to return in private, with a view to printing and finishing their existing jobs in the privacy of our demo centre here in Sydney,” said Jack Malki, director of Jet Technologies.

Daniel, Albert and Jack Malki at the Jet Technologies Open House.

Daniel, Albert and Jack Malki at Jet Technologies’ newly refurbished office.

Malki says there was considerable interest in the Screen FX870II CtP which, in combination with the Asahi water-wash processor, provides a solution for digital flexographic plate.

“We were pleased with the interest levels in other equipment we demonstrated, including the Flexowash Anilox/parts cleaners, the plate washers and the Stork Prints imager. We sold some items on the day, which was unexpected,” Malki said.

Peter Scott and Jack Malki showing what the printer is capable of.

Peter Scott and Jack Malki showing the capabilities of the printer.

The demo centre will now be open for private bookings. A number of clients have already secured dates to run their own print files.

For more information, visit www.jet-ap.com.

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