Company Overview of Flint Group S.A.
Flint Group S.A. manufactures and distributes flexography, gravure, sheetfed, UV offset, news print, heatset, letterpress, metal decorating, UV screen, consumables, and colorant products for printing and packaging, converting, and colorant industries. Its product portfolio includes narrow Web labels, printing plates, plate making equipment, washout solvents, sleeves and adapters, and die-cutting blankets and anvil covers for flexographic applications; printing inks that include metallic and fluorescent colors for gravure printing; and commercial inks, commercial coatings and varnishes, offset blankets, pressroom chemistry, and coating/embossing plates for sheetfed applications. The company a...
26b, Boulevard Royal
Founded in 1997
Key Executives for Flint Group S.A.
Chief Executive Officer and Member of Advisory Board
Chief Financial Officer and Member of Advisory Board
President of Print Media Transatlantic and Japan
President of Packaging and Narrow Web for EMEA and North America
President of Flint Group Latin America
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Flint Group S.A. Key Developments
Flint Group Expands Its Sheetfed Production Capacity in Russia
Sep 16 15
Flint Group is expanding its Sheetfed production and distribution network in Russia with the opening of a Low Migration ink mixing station in its Moscow facility. In Moscow, this expansion has already been completed with the installation of a low migration ink mixing station following GMP guidelines and compliant to European Printing Ink Association (EuPIA) recommendations for food packaging printing. This will enable Flint Group’s Russian entity to support its local package printing customers by optimising logistics and improving lead times. Development of the Moscow facility is yet another step in Flint Group’s strategy to grow in key markets, as well as a commitment to providing optimal performance and consistency of products to its customers worldwide.
Flint Group Announces New Advisory Board
Jan 7 15
Flint Group announced details of its new Advisory Board which will oversee and support the work of its Executive Management Team following its recent change of ownership. PierreMarie De Leener, currently Chairman of the Braas Monier Building Group and a Director of Trinseo has joined Flint Group and will lead the new Advisory Board as Chairman and successor to Charles Knott. Also joining the Board as Executive Director is David W. Scheible, who is currently Chairman and CEO of Graphic Packaging. Antoine Fady, CEO Flint Group and Steve Dryden, CFO Flint Group will also join shareholder representatives to complete the Board membership.
Flint Group Launches New Plate Designed for the nyloflex ® NExT Exposure Technology
Aug 11 14
Flint Group lunched new plate designed for the nyloflex ® NExT exposure technology. The nyloflex ® NExT exposure technology has impressed the market with its simple way of producing flat top dots and surface screenings. To enhance this further, Flint Group Flexographic Products presents with nyloflex ® NEF Digital a new high durometer plate that is especially designed for the nyloflex ® NExT exposure technology, for printing of flexible packaging and labels. Developed for the efficient creation of flat top dots and an excellent reproduction of surface screenings, the new plate shows an outstanding quality in highlight areas due to a stable reproduction of the finest highlights and smooth vignettes. It allows for a reduced bump-up, while reaching the first tonal values of e.g. 0.8 to 1.2% at 60 L/cm (152 lpi), hence increasing the image contrast. The ink lay-down can be significantly improved and a high solid ink density achieved when surface screens are applied. The result is a brilliant print performance on film, foil and coated paper substrates. The short exposure and quick washout times enhance the productivity of plate processing. The new printing plate enables one to exploit the full potential of the nyloflex ® NExT exposure technology. Flat top dots are less impression sensitive, enabling less dot gain variances on press. With the nyloflex ® NExT exposure technology, no additional processing steps, such as lamination, or additional auxiliaries (like nitrogen supply or film materials) are required, thus making it a more cost effective option. Although the nyloflex ® NEF Digital plate is especially designed for high-output UV LED exposure, it can also be exposed with regular tube light units. Compared to other digital plates in the market, additional benefits can be generated when the nyloflex ® NEF Digital plate is exposed with conventional tube light: the new plate is able to reproduce flat top dots with surface screening patterns. Though being less distinct than with the nyloflex ® NExT exposure, these screens enable one to achieve a more even ink lay down than reached when regular digital plates are used. In addition, nyloflex ® NEF Digital plates require a lower bump up, which allows for the increase of grey levels in printing and the capability to increase the image contrast as compared to regular digital plates in the market. The new photopolymer printing plate, nyloflex ® NEF Digital, will be available to the market in the thicknesses of 114 (0.045”) and 170 (0.067”) in the beginning of August 2014.
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