Landa Digital Printing announced that it will be opening an ink plant to supply its growing North American customer base. The new plant is expected to begin operations in H2, 2024.
To be located in the Midwestern U.S., the new plant will manufacture the company’s water-based Landa NanoInk, which is required for the transformative Nanographic Printing process. The plant will join existing Landa ink plants across the globe, thereby increasing worldwide NanoInk manufacturing capacity as well as ensuring supply to North American customers. Additional major benefits will include shorter lead times and reduced environmental impacts caused by shipping materials.
“Landa places strategic importance in our North American customer base,” says Gil Oron, Landa’s CEO. “We are growing in the region rapidly and the new plant will help match the demand we are seeing. The plant will supply our customers with NanoInk, the key to producing Landa’s stunning images with digital flexibility and the quickest turnaround times.”
The U.S. based ink plant is due to become operational by H2 2024, and will mark a significant expansion in the company’s capabilities. Fully operated by Landa, it is strategically positioned to produce for the entire North American market, encompassing the United States, Mexico, and Canada.
This development is not just a reflection of Landa’s growth but also a strong statement of its commitment to its customers and to the North American market. The establishment of the ink plant underlines Landa’s dedication to long-term relationships with its clients and enhancing its service offerings across North America. Landa sees this as a strategic step in supporting the company’s growth trajectory and in fortifying its position as a leader in the digital printing industry.
About Landa Digital Printing
Landa Digital Printing was founded by Benny Landa with the purpose of liberating printers from the barriers inherent to traditional digital and conventional analog printing. Thanks to its unique Nanography technology, Landa Nanographic Printing Presses produce stunning images of extensive color range, designed to print at any run length, on coated or uncoated media, and in fast turnaround times.