Project Description


With an already established line-up of printing equipment that meets a wide range of commercial printing requirements, Ren-Form has taken the ambitious step to set up a cutting-edge in-mould label (IML) production company called Ren-Flex.


Ren-Form has a strong local history in rotary printing, therefore the migration from paper to plastic printing has been a seamless process. Incorporating our VSOP Vision and HP20000 promises to deliver a winning combination coupled with superb quality and exceptional labels.

The Ren-Flex factory is housed in a specially-designed temperature controlled factory. The impressive equipment line-up includes a Drent Goebel Vision nine-colour web offset press, with three extra flexo stations, manufactured by Drent and supported by Holland-based DG Press Services. Designed specifically for IML applications, the Ren-Flex press can reach up to a speed of 250m/minute and is fitted with a Harris & Bruno varnish unit, in-line perforation and a Martins Automatic continuous splice system at the front. Three ultra modern Schober automated die-cutting machines – only the second in Africa – ensures top quality label finishing.

All Ren-Flex technicians and machine operators have been factory trained by the machinery principals and there’s a dedicated in-house maintenance crew that has local access to critical spare parts. Each supplier also provides 24-hour electronic assistance if required.