Jordan Computer Forms Company, one of the largest business forms printing company in Jordan catering to banks, airline companies, health sector and governmental institutions, has opted for the Synchroline 330, a flexo machine from Italian company Lombardi Converting Machinery, which specializes in high-precision flexographic narrow-web presses.
The flexo printing machine is characterized by a smart setting and maintenance and control of the printing register, that adjust in real time any micrometrical deviations, allowing for print on a variety of materials such as BOPP, PVC, PE, PET, paper, adhesive or thermal paper, cardboard, and laminates.
Jordan Computer Forms Co (JCF), founded by Radwan Mohaisen in 1987, specialises in forms printing. The company started with a small single colour offset press. Within a few years, JCF became a specialist in Jordan for printing bank checks, flight tickets and boarding pass, banks ATM secret number envelops and security printing on thermal paper, cash register rolls.
The production grounds increased from 3000sqm to 6500 square meters. Today, the company has six offset machines and employs 70 staff.
Engineer Khalil Muhaisen, director, Computer Forms Co., comments: “We looked at buying our first flexographic press to complement our existing six web offset presses. We discovered Lombardi on the Internet while doing a research of potential brands for our investment. We decided to implement a new advanced and updated flexo machine as an answer to increased demand for printing on many different substrates, including paper and synthetic flexible films among others.”
“The dynamic market changes and changes in technology, that have occurred especially in the paper converting industry, have been so rapid that it is hard to predict what the coming years will bring about. The main mission of JCF is to provide protection and financial security for the highest quality product at a competitive price,” adds Khalil.