Efficiency & sustainability WITH EXPANDED GAMUT PRINTING
How to increase your efficiency by 30% and reduce carbon footprint by 20%? At this point ECG Expanded Gamut printing is needed, more than ever, and Dr. Lankinen consultation helps packaging to be more efficient and sustainable. Correspondingly this works for flexography, offset and gravure printing.
In order to replace spot colors with fixed palette colors the CMYKOGV system implementation is beneficial. Here Dr. Lankinen consultation helps you to improve profitability and eco-friendliness! As a matter of fact, even with high quality.
EXPERIENCE AND INNOVATION IN ECG EXPANDED GAMUT PRINTING AND CARBON FOOTPRINT CALCULATIONS
Above all, I am helping packaging printers, brand owners and OEM partners to get efficiency, cost savings, quality and sustainability out from the packaging. Since the optimisation of the process is the key, we need to work as a team.
As a result, connecting the knowhow and long experience delivers excellent results, for example, in flexo and gravure:
– Increased efficiency and cost savings
– Better sustainability and CO2 reduction
– Higher quality
EXPANDED GAMUT PRINTING – YOUR PROFIT
ECG IS EFFICIENCY
Experience in delivering
improved efficiency with
Expanded Gamut Printing.
ECG IS SUSTAINABILITY
Proven results in delivering
better sustainability and
lower carbon footprint.
ECG IS QUALITY
Expert advise how to reach
consistent and high quality
ECG EFFICIENCY MEETS SUSTAINABILITY
Due to knowledge, experience and scientific approach the increase of efficiency, sustainability and quality in flexo is achieved. In other words, this helps printers and brand owners to become more eco-efficient. As a result, you will be a step closer to your carbon neutrality goals.
More than 20 years I have investigated how to make packaging printing more efficient and sustainable. As a result of the work, I collected this information to my Dr Thesis book about ECG Expanded Gamut Printing. Hence, you can now download for free the complete PhD thesis book “Evaluation of Expanded Gamut Printing in Flexography”.