15 September 2020
Bellwyck Installs Longest Heidelberg in Canada
TORONTO—
left to right: April Burke, Vice President of Operations ; Jerry Malfara, Director of Technical Services and Innovation  and John McVeigh, President.
left to right: April Burke, Vice President of Operations ; Jerry Malfara, Director of Technical Services and Innovation and John McVeigh, President.
Bellwyck has recently installed a Speedmaster CX 102-8+LY-1+L with “Push to Stop” technology from Heidelberg at its Toronto headquarters – its second CX 102 in the last 18 months. Both presses are powered by Heidelberg’s Prinect workflow and are part of Bellwyck’s larger vision of transitioning into a “Smart Factory.”Bellwyck decided to design a very custom configuration for its newest Speedmaster CX 102, which has nine printing units, two coating stations and UV capabilities – the longest press of its kind in Canada. 
 
Bellwyck Packaging has over 80 years of experience in the packaging industry headquartered in Toronto, Ontario (with additional locations in Owen Sound, Ontario and Langley, British Columbia.   Bellwyck serves a variety of markets: premium cosmetics, confectionery, personal care, high-end spirits, and pharma/healthcare. With customers ranging from the largest cosmetic and pharmaceutical companies in the world to start-up brands.
 
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