11 July 2018
Battlefield Press adds KBA-Optima 106 Die-Cutter
BURLINGTON— 
Left to right: Jerry Theoret, president and CEO of Battlefield; and Matt Theoret, Battlefield director of production; join Aleks Lajtman, Koenig & Bauer regional sales manager
Left to right: Jerry Theoret, president and CEO of Battlefield; and Matt Theoret, Battlefield director of production; join Aleks Lajtman, Koenig & Bauer regional sales manager
Battlefield Press has installed a  KBA-Iberica’s brand of die-cutters.  The Optima 106 machine is capable of handling production of paper, cardboard, plastic and corrugated boards up to 1.5mm. It could also offer top running speeds for faster productivity and  die-cuts from 29.5-inch up to 41.5-inch press sheets. Optima 106 is equipped with a grip edge removal system with pneumatic clamps that fixes the wooden templates, effective removal of grip edge trim is achieved on each job.
Listed as Canada's 104 th largest printer by Graphic Monthly
Listed as Canada's 104 th largest printer by Graphic Monthly
Battlefield Press was founded in 1964, family-owned and now is in its third generation.The 45,000 sq ft one-story facility outside of Toronto has  60-employee.It was also the first printer in Canada to have a  12-colour perfector press. In 2016, it was the first Canadian printer to win Sappi's Printer of the Year Award. It has built its reputation by producing automotive, pharmaceutical, in-store POP, direct mail and product package printing.
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