Norway: RKGrafisk is investing heavily in finishing – first in the Nordics

RKGrafisk AS in Oslo has invested in a MGI Jetvarnish 3D Evo 75 at Drupa. This is reported by Konica Minolta on LindkedIn.

Roger Wiig of Konica Minolta tells Grafkom that this is the first machine of its kind in the Nordics.

“There are some MGI Jetvarnish already in the Nordics but all of them with smaller formats. This is the first machine that can handle 75×120 format. RKGrafisk knows the Jetvarnish very well since they took over a machine when they merged with Papirdekk. Now, they will get a new one with full format,” says a pleased Wiig.

Rolf Hojem, CEO and majority owner of RKGrafisk, is also enthusiastic, and believes the investment is good both for RKGrafisk and the industry as a whole.

“We see constantly a need for foiling in larger formats, and now we can offer the market to run 70×100 sheets in the new machine. This will be beneficial for both our own productions, but also for our colleagues that we help with finishing,” says Hojem to Grafkom.

MGI Jetvarnish 3D Evo is a masisve finishing line with 75×120 format and digital UV-spot varnish/hot foiling for 2D/3D-effects. See more in the video from MGI below.