Japan-based toy packaging printer Ono Bijutsu Insatsujo purchases Manroland's ROLAND 706 LV, says system is multi-functional, enables flexible, creative design
July 7, 2014
– Creativity and reliability key to new purchase
Booming business and a need for creativity and reliability were two of the main factors behind Japanese toy packaging printer Ono Bijutsu Insatsujo’s recent purchase of a ROLAND 706 LV.
Around 65% of Ono Bijutsu’s business comes from packaging products for plastic models of popular characters. Explaining his company’s decision to purchase the new ROLAND press, company President Mr Kiyoshi Ono said:
“The printing press is our core production tool. It must be multi-functional and reliable enough to bring our ideas to life. We have maintained a trustworthy relationship with Manroland for over three decades.”
Ono Bijutsu’s first ROLAND machine, the RZK3B was purchased in December 1979. Its second, The ROLAND RVK was acquired in 1989 and a third, a ROLAND 606D, arrived in 1997, to be followed 10 years later by a ROLAND 706 and RZK3B.
Mr Ono added: “ROLAND presses deliver what we need. They have never let us down, in all these years.”
Mr Sascha Bansemer, CEO of Manroland Japan said: “We appreciate Ono Bijutsu’s deep trust in ROLAND. WE, the Manroland team, will fully support Ono Bijutsu Instatsujo to bring to life their creative ideas and satisfy their demand for reliability.”