Rafarma’s Slavich Noya Technology Division Expands Printing Production | News
Nicosia, Cyprus, Feb. 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Rafarma Pharmaceuticals, Inc. OTC:(RAFA) Slavich Noya Technology, part of the Rafarma Pharmaceuticals group of companies, is expanding its production capabilities as it is in active negotiations for the acquisition of two machines from BOBST ( http://www.bobst.com/usen/ ), one of the world’s leading suppliers of substrate processing, printing and converting equipment and services for the label, flexible packaging, folding carton and corrugated board industries.
Slavich Noya Technology will greatly increase its technological capabilities when it adds the Expertfold 80a2 folder-gluer, and the automatic die cutter for paper and carton converting known as the NOVACUT 106 E 3.0 Autoplaten. The total value of the transaction is approximately 1.6 million euros.
The universal folder-gluer machine will allow the company to produce a high volume of box styles in a wide range of materials at speeds of up to 450 meters per minute. This particular machine is ideally suited for the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries because of its advanced automated functions such as its quality inspection system ACCUCHECK 2.
The automatic die cutter for paper and carton converting NOVACUT 106 E 3.0 Autoplaten solves numerous product challenges. It is equipped with SPHERE, the new BOBST Human Machine Interface (HMI). These technological acquisitions will significantly expand the company’s operational capabilities.
Based in Russia, Slavich Noya Technology continues to grow as a leading package supplier not only to its local market but also for export to North America, West and East Europe, South Asia, the Middle East and CIS.
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