French Converter Stickem- SNEIC installs the First GIDUE MX Press

5 February 2015

Started as part of JPL Group, a well-known French company with a long history in this industry started in the late Seventies, Stickem-SNEIC is now an independent company that today represents one of the most important converters in the French market of Labels & Packaging. With about 45 employees and a turnover of more than 6 million Euro per year and 7 million squared meters of adhesive compound processed every year, Stickem-SNEIC stands as one of the most competitive players on the French Adhesive Label overview.

The growing needs linked to the label market demand have pushed Stickem-SNEIC towards GIDUE Technology and its wide range of solutions for the Label industry. The company was already equipped with several UV Flexo presses, but in order to face the growing market demand for high-quality products, Stickem-SNEIC decided to boost their production site by installing a further UV Flexo press, a GIDUE Combat MX, 370mm, 8 printing stations and 1 die-cutting unit.

“We are aware that it needs great efforts both in vocational education and in the machineries, to supply an excellent service to our customers and GIDUE MX is a good investment in terms of quality and price. The press is incredibly handy and the Flower head is a miracle of simplicity and durability. Thanks to this GIDUE narrow-web inline machine, we are able to convert in one-step process. This technology is what we were looking for. ” commented Frederic Leyval , General Director of Stickem-SNEIC.

“Since its launch in June 2012, this new entry level line of GIDUE, has reached a great level of success and Stickem-SNEIC represents the best example of company that wants to be updated with new technologies and have no fear in investing in quality presses.” concluded Dario De Meo, Customer Service Manager of GIDUE.

With this latest installation, GIDUE confirms its presence in the élite of European high quality manufacturers of printing machines for the Labels and Packaging market.