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AmeriLam to distribute Komfi laminators in U.S.

AmeriLam Supply Group, laminating equipment and films supplier, is now an exclusive distributor of Komfi laminators, European one-sided laminating equipment manufacturer; other members of the Innove Global Group will represent Komfi in North America.

Komfi, designed and manufactured in Europe, offers a wide range of high-performance one-sided laminating systems:

• The Junior 36, a quick and compact laminator for on-demand publishers.
• The Amiga 36 and Amiga 52, fully automatic machine in multiple configurations — handling sheets of up to 20-in. x 26-in. at speeds of over 80 ft./min. 
• The Delta 52 and Delta 76, designed for production printers, packagers, publishers and more.
• The Sagitta 52 and Sagitta 76, delivering speed, reliability and special features in high-performance applications and large sheet formats.
• The Sirius 107, which handles up to 40-in. x 56-in. wide-format and packaging applications and is at top of its class for large-format one-sided lamination.

“One-sided laminating is an important growth area for today’s trade finisher,” said Steve Truan, AmeriLam Supply Group spokesperson. “As more and more companies are looking to increase profits by adding value to print, one-sided laminating is increasingly attractive.”

“The Komfi line accommodates a wide variety of sheet sizes, feeding and unloading options and more,” Truan continued. “At AmeriLam, we’re very pleased to be able to bring that range of choices to North America.”  He also added that the company’s new LuxeFilms laminates, in both printable and tactile versions, can also run on every Komfi machine.


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