OPM is adding new capabilities to its label and flexible packaging facility based in Leeds.
Earlier this week they rang the customary Nilpeter bell in Slagelse, Denmark.
(left to right) John Hammond, Nilpeter UK Ltd., and Steve Walker, OPM Group Ltd.
This signifies the purchase of another state-of-the-art FA-Line. Benefits of the new equipment include increased productivity for the company, more technical capabilities to create enhanced functionality to its peel-and-read and closure products. The press has also been fitted with highly decorative packaging features and technical properties to ensure OPM can help their customers explore how to bring brands to life with new product features.
OPM Owner Chris Ellison commented, “As a forward thinking printing company we are driven to both help brands succeed and “invest to be the best” and deliver innovation to our clients. This recent investment in additional print decoration technologies will increase OPM’s ability to deliver both functional and visual print effects creating a point of difference”.
The new capabilities will make almost anything possible when it comes to label decoration. Designed to print virtually all capabilities in one pass, in virtually any combination. Add unique substrates and decorative films and OPM has a formula that will inspire designers and brand managers with print innovation that provides enormous opportunity to add impact, create a story, and engage the consumer.
The new investment follows a significant investment strategy over the last ten years, in location, people, presses, and automation resulting in a sustainable growth for OPM.