Velox to Showcase Value of Direct-to-Shape Digital Decoration on Plastic Tubes at K 2019
Düsseldorf, Germany (K 2019) – October 16, 2019
Velox, an innovator of direct-to-shape (DTS) digital printing on plastic cylindrical containers for mass production, is exhibiting at the K 2019 trade fair for plastics and rubber in Düsseldorf, October 16 to 23. Product samples printed directly on plastic tubes, illustrating design possibilities and business benefits of Velox’s technology, will be shown in Hall 3, Stand #D90 at the PackSys Global AG booth.
ALTANA’S CTO Joins Velox Board of Directors
Rosh Ha’Ayin, ISRAEL – September 24, 2019
Velox, the leading developer of the world’s only mass production direct-to-shape (DTS) digital printing technology, announced the appointment of Petra Severit, PhD to its Board of Directors. She steps into the role vacated by Florian Löbermann, PhD, also from ALTANA, who served on the Velox Board until recently.
Packaging Decoration Goes Direct
Velox’s Direct-to-Shape Digital Decoration Technology Significantly Improves Sustainability
MUNICH (CosmeticBusiness) – June 3, 2019
Sustainability is one of the top criteria brand owners have when selecting a package printer/converter. Velox, the world’s only mass production direct-to-shape (DTS) digital decorator for the rigid cylindrical packaging industry, reduces the environmental footprint across every step of production and the entire supply chain. The Velox IDS 250 system alone offers a more eco-friendly decoration process
The Case For Digital
Velox is Among the Top 10 Digital Technologies in 2018 as Shared by Sean Smyth
Dan Wiessmann Discusses the Benefits of Direct-To-Shape Digital Decoration As a Manufacturing Technology
Velox Completes $32M Investment Round, Accelerating Market Penetration and Further Innovating Industrial Direct-to-Shape Digital Printing
November 13, 2018
Today, Velox, the leading developer of the world’s only mass production direct-to-shape (DTS) digital printing technology, completed a $32 million funding round. The round was co-led by JAL Ventures and O.R.T. Technologies Ltd., and joined by strategic investors ALTANA, Evonik as well as existing investors Michael Ilan Management & Investments Ltd. (MILMI), Dr. Shlomo Shamir, and additional private investors.
Heightened Shelf Appeal
A New Dimension of Digital Printing
September 19, 2018
Is This Digital Printing’s ‘Holy Grail’?
August 7, 2018
Velox IDS 250: A Spike In the Chart For ‘DTS’ Printing
June 18, 2018
Velox Digital Print Packaging Technology Helps International Cosmetic Brand AHAVA Create a Bold Brand Impression for its 30th Anniversary Campaign
June 4, 2018
Munich, Germany. Velox Ltd. today announced that 30th anniversary products from international cosmetic brand AHAVA include the first fully decorated plastic tubes to be produced using its innovative technology. A producer of skincare and body products made with Dead Sea minerals, AHAVA selected LAGEENTUBES to produce the campaign using the Velox IDS 250, the world’s only mass production direct-to-shape (DTS) digital decorator for the rigid packaging industry.
An Executive Summary interview with Ofer Nir about the commercial availability of the Velox IDS 250
May 31, 2018
Velox Targets UK With Industrial DTS Printer
May 31, 2018
Velox Delivers World’s Only Mass Production Direct-to-Shape Digital Decoration Technology for the Rigid Packaging Industry
May 15, 2018
New York. Today, Velox Ltd., global developer of the world’s only mass production direct-to-shape (DTS) digital decorator for the rigid packaging industry, announces commercial availability of its revolutionary new solution and a new customer in production for its end users.
The Changing Role of Packaging Design in the Era of Mass-Production Digital Decoration
May 8, 2018
Evonik Invests in Velox, a Direct-To-Shape Digital Printing Developer in Israel
March 2, 2018,
- The new digital printing technology from Velox allows manufacturers to print photo-quality images and embellishments directly onto cylindrical metal, plastic, or glass packaging
- Mass-production flexibility is Velox’s trump card — the printing process allows high-volume quantities decoration at competitive cost, while also enabling efficient small-series projects