Morgana Systems has signed up to exhibit at The Print Show when it returns laters this year. The company is set to showcase a range of products including the DigiFold Pro XL creasing and folding machine, launched last year.

This year’s edition of The Print Show will take place across 20 – 22 September at the NEC in Birmingham. Ray Hillhouse, vice president of sales and marketing for the Plockmatic Group Offline Business Unit, parent company of Morgana, said that the event offers his company the perfect opportunity to connect with existing and potential customers. ‘We will hope to meet as many of our existing customers and industry prospects as we can during the event,’ Mr Hillhouse explained. ‘It will be a delight to see so many industry friends in one place – and haven’t we missed such occasions! It will be exciting to see what new developments and enhancements will be exhibited.

‘Morgana has enjoyed success at all the previous Print Show events, so we had no hesitation in signing up for what will be the only national industry event this calendar year. We look forward to welcoming even more print companies along to the NEC and being part of another successful show.’

The VP went on to say that visitors to Morgana’s stand will be able to cast their eyes over a wide-range of the firm’s solutions. Referring specifically to the DigiFold Pro XL, he said, ‘We’ve been delighted at the reception already given to the long-sheet development of this popular creasing, folding and perforating unit. The cross-perforation capability has also been welcomed by a great many.

‘At this early stage I would anticipate automation will be a key word for many exhibits at the show. As companies have had to muddle their way through the various lockdowns, many have sadly had to shed staff members, so any finishing functions that can be further automated will be welcomed I am quite sure.

‘The Print Show will once again be the place for the UK industry to gather – it will be a delight to once again meet with both old friends and make new ones.’