Karlville Development Group LLC of Miami, FL at K 2019 in Düsseldorf -- K Trade Fair
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Karlville Development Group LLC

3600, NW 59th, 33142 Miami, FL
USA
Telephone +1 305 5331051
Fax +1 786 3295696
info@karlville.com

This company is co-exhibitor of
Webcontrol Machinery Corp.

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K 2019 hall map (Hall 3): stand F20

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K 2019 fairground map: Hall 3

Contact

Gustavo Guzzi

EMEA Commercial Director

Switzerland

Phone
+41789207878

Email
gustavo.guzzi@karlville.com

John Price

President

USA

Phone
+13055331051

Email
john.price@karlville.com

Raul Matos

VP of Sales and Marketing

USA

Phone
3055331051

Email
raul.matos@karlville.com

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.03  Post processing machines and downstream equipment
  • 03.03.006  Slitter rewinders
  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.03  Post processing machines and downstream equipment
  • 03.03.011  Bag and sack making equipment
  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.04  Machinery and plant for finishing, decorating, printing and marking
  • 03.04.004  Laminating plant

Our products

Product category: Bag and sack making equipment

Standup Pouch Making Machines: KS-DSUP-400, series GSW/ HSUP/ SH

Full portfolio of Standup Pouch Making Machines, from single line to multi-web: KS-DSUP-400, KS-DSUP-400-GSW, KS-HSUP-400, KS-DSUP-GS, KS-DSUP-400-SH
Compact design not only in terms of dimensions, but also due to the limited amount of material (linear meters) in the machine bed , quick change over,/ reduced scrap rates during machine start up, changeovers and roll changes,  designed for short/ medium run production. 
Stanup Pouch Making Machines with a very intuitive software and simple HMI. 
All temperatures are controlled via the HMI touchscreen. Pouch Making Machines can store hundreds of preset recipes for quick changeovers.
Tool-less machine: Replacing sealing and cooling dies does not require tools which allows for easy and fast job changeovers.

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Applications
Fresh (meat, poultry, fish etc), Convenience, Uncarbonated, Pharmaceutical/Medical, Cosmetics/Personal Care, Detergents, Paints, Varnishes, Adhesives

Target Products
Film/Sheet, Flexible/Elastic, Barrier

Product category: Bag and sack making equipment, Laminating plant

HP Indigo Pack Ready Laminator (thermal laminator) - High Performance applications and immediate time to market

Pack Ready Lamination is a brand new machinery created with thermal lamination as part of the HP Indigo Pack Ready. Karlville is today the first HP-certified HP Indigo Pack Ready provider, driving the development of the Pack Ready laminator for the growing digitally printed flexible packaging market for Standup and other Flexible Pouches.

Pack Ready is a set of post-print converting solutions for HP Indigo digital presses that provides zero-cure-time lamination while instantly creating a strong bond between HP Indigo digitally printed substrate and Pack Ready laminate film, enabling digital converters to print, laminate and pack on demand for immediate time-to-market.

The game-changing Pack Ready Laminator by Karlville is designed for lower environmental impact and simple operation. It can be easily connected to the HP PrintOS cloud-based operating system.

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Applications
Fresh (meat, poultry, fish etc), Convenience, Uncarbonated, Pharmaceutical/Medical, Cosmetics/Personal Care, Detergents, Paints, Varnishes, Adhesives

Target Products
Film/Sheet, Flexible/Elastic, Barrier

Product category: Slitter rewinders

High Performance Overhead Slitter Rewinder SLIT – JHS

This new high performance robust overhead slitter rewinder combines new technology, features and design in an ergonomic concept. It is a smart solution, relaible, advanced, versatile machine with an unmatched throughput
      
Material to be processed: Plastic films made from PE, PP, PET, PVC, Papers and laminates.(depending on material type and thickness) and Rigid films: 10~200 micron / Soft films:12~300 micron

Benefits of the vacuum hug drum : Absolute Tension Isolation between Unwind and Rewind, Slip Free Web Transport, Avoids Wrinkles, Main Drive
Higher Efficiency vs. Nip Design
Allows maximum Machine Speed while maintaining precise tension control

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Oct 14, 2019

HP Indigo Digital Standup Pouch Factory – From Web to Pack

HP Indigo Digital Standup Pouch Factory concept at Label Expo 2019 in Brussels was a total success. Driven by HP PrintOS and web-to-pack workflow automation software, both the mid-web HP Indigo 20000 Digital Press and narrow-web HP Indigo 6900 Digital Press were used to produce pouches using the Karlville’s Laminator and Swiss Stand-up Pouch making machine. During the show, we ran about 11 different structures, 4 different pouch formats and 50 different artworks along with web to print software.
Incredible accomplishment, we will share again at DRUPA and Label Expo next year. Please come by K Show to learn more about the possibilities. The immediate bond without the need to cure an adhesive is achieved by the Pack Ready Thermal Laminator. The HP Indigo Pack Ready Laminator is the Winner of the 2018 Intertech Technology Award for Innovative Excellence.

Along with Laminator, the KS-DSUP-400-GSW is a compact machine designed to support the HP Indigo digital process. Most efficient, quick set up, minimal waste/ scrap, fast changeover and intuitive, easy to us, HMI, the pouch machine is an ideal choice for Web to Pack workflow automation. Both Laminator and Pouch machines maximize value for HP Indigo digital platform as demonstrated first hand at the show. We plan to showcase similar concepts at upcoming DRUPA and Label Expo USA shows in 2020.

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Oct 14, 2019

HP and Karville Disrupt Standup Pouch Production

Miami, Oct. 1, 2019 — At Labelexpo 2019, HP and Karlville introduced a complete solution for HP Indigo flexible packaging production. The new launch is set to break the production paradigm with a one-day pouch production process optimized for HP Indigo digital press printing.
In the first live demonstration at Labelexpo of the HP Indigo Digital Pouch Factory concept, HP Indigo and Karlville are showcasing stand-up and three-side-seal pouch making, using HP Indigo printing, Pack Ready laminating and slitting, and Karlville pouch-making. Compared to traditional methods, HP based production can be accomplished in a single shift, rather than weeks, enabling converters to profitably produce short run jobs.
“HP Indigo’s collaboration with Karlville is disrupting the production of flexible pouches, the fastest-growing packaging sector,” said Alon Bar-Shany, general manager, HP Indigo. “We have designed a Digital Pouch Factory model to facilitate simplified, consistent and affordable production, providing converters with high-value business opportunities to deliver faster turnaround and improved sustainability. With experienced business development and technical support teams, we are supporting customers in driving this disruption and helping them to quickly ramp up their digital pouch production.”

Optimized digital pouch production
At the HP Stand (5C200), driven by HP PrintOS and web-to-pack workflow automation software, print from both the mid-web HP Indigo 20000 Digital Press and narrow-web HP Indigo 6900 Digital Press will be used to produce pouches using the Karlville Pack Ready Laminator and new Karlville Swiss Stand-up Pouch making machines.
 
“Karlville has designed a flexible packaging finishing line specifically to work with HP Indigo digital presses to deliver immediate time to market and significantly help reduce the complexity and investment involved.  Thermal lamination is by far the most economic business approach for label companies to enter flexible packaging space. Pack Ready offers the opportunity to diversify and change mentality to laminate, slit and pouch in one day,” said John Price, Karlville president.
The Karlville Pack Ready thermal laminator, optimized for HP Indigo ElectroInks, creates a robust bond strength allowing for slitting and pouching immediately after lamination. The solution is suitable for a wide range of packaging applications and can comply with the most stringent global food safety regulations.1The HP Indigo Digital Pouch Factory solution allows converters to build a profitable flexible packaging enterprise with a pre-established supply chain of materials, enabling them to print, laminate and pack on-demand. The small footprint, reduced waste, minimal set up time with fewer required personnel, all contribute with helping to lower the total cost of ownership, making it a sustainable and economically attractive solution.  
Martin Peroutka, from the Czech Republic was the first label converting company to establish the HP Indigo Digital Pouch Factory in Europe, while Digital Dogma was the first in the USA. Both are leveraging the turn-key concept to diversify their label businesses and open new opportunities for growth and sustainability with flexible packaging offerings.

Karlville’s new line of pouching machines — the Karlville Swiss KS-DSUP-400 for the HP Indigo 20000 and Karlville Swiss KS-DSUP-400-GSW for the HP Indigo 6900 —  are fast change, short run, low waste, pouch-making machines designed specifically to meet the needs of the HP Indigo digital printing market.
At Labelexpo, a 450 x 300 mm three-side-seal pouch will be produced on the KS-DSUP-400-GSW from rolls printed on the HP Indigo 6900, demonstrating to label converters with narrow-web presses how to easily expand with HP from labels to flexible packaging. The machine can produce three-side-seal pouches from two independent webs and standup pouches from three independent webs.A 170  x 280 x 40mm  stand-up, zipper pouch will be produced at the event from one roll of HP Indigo 20000 digital print using holographic, soft touch and glossy finishing provided by Nobelus, a supplier of thermal laminate films. The standard KS-DSUP-400 machine is suitable to produce three-side-seal pouches and stand-up pouches from one web, the most efficient solution for customers with HP Indigo 20000 presses.
 
About HP:
HP Inc. creates technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere. Through our product and service portfolio of personal systems, printers and 3D printing solutions, we engineer experiences that amaze. More information about HP Inc. is available at http://www.hp.com.

 

About Karlville:
For over 23 years, Karlville has provided flexible packaging converting machinery solutions. Through a combination of Karlville-owned manufacturing facilities and strategic manufacturing partners, Karlville offers a wide range of innovative converting and packaging machinery. Specific to converting, Karlville supplies lamination, coating, slitting & inspection, shrink sleeves and pouch making machines. In terms of innovation, Karlville supplies the HP Indigo Pack Ready Laminator. This technology is a set of post-print converting solutions for HP Indigo digital presses that provides zero-cure-time lamination, enabling digital converters to print, laminate and pack on demand for immediate time-to-market. With Global Support facilities, in USA, France, Swiss & Taiwan; Karlville markets and services in all Key HP markets, NA, EMEA, LATAM and APJ.

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About us

Company details

Leading in Global manufacturing
For plastics sector, Karlville provides converting solutions for Shrink Sleeves, Flexible Packaging & Pouch Making. Through a combination of Karlville-owned manufacturing facilities as Karlville Swiss and strategic manufacturing ventures as Webcontrol, we offer a wide range of innovative slitting, laminating and pouching machines for converting sector.

K Show 2019, Karlville Swiss presents our Standup Pouch Machine innovations. Our EMEA, NA and LATAM teams to be on site to review configurations and requirements as well as plan post K Show trip to demo machines in Milan, Italy and Miami, USA. Most recent at Label Expo, we showcase the HP Indigo “Digital Pouch Factory” whereas via WEB TO PRINT, visitors where able to design a pouch and the show factory printed, laminated and pouched with in several hours. This groundbreaking and paradigm shift is the essence of our value proposition. 

Visit our website www.karlville.com to learn more as well as come to talk to our pouch team to see the future and learn about the possibilities.

At the booth, our partner, Webcontrol, will showcase their latest Ultra Series (JHS) Slitter. Slitting is a critical process for flexible packaging, our partners are among the top supplier in the world, please come to discuss your requirement.  

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Company data

Sales volume

20 - 100 Mill. US $

Export content

max. 75%

Number of employees

31 - 100

Area of business

Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries

Target groups
  • Plastic product manufacturing
  • Packaging / distribution
  • Other industries

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