Lesko to Sell Machines Under Its Own Name

WARSAW, POLAND | Lesko Engineering manufactures solutions for flexography, including printing presses, packaging machines (including sheet-cutting machines and die-cutting machines), slitter-rewinders, and inspection systems, all based on its own designs.

“The machines we offer are custom-made solutions designed and manufactured for dedicated customers and specific applications,” says owner Leszek Seroczynski. “We do not offer so-called mass production. Each machine is built on a basis of the specification provided by a final customer, with his needs and expectations taken under consideration.”

Seroczynski says all contracts with our present customers, as well as orders being already completed, remain in force, and the company is looking for trading partners interested in possible cooperation.

The company also plans to take part in several trade events targeted at flexography and label printing houses which are based on narrow web technology. “For many years we have been participating in both the European and American editions of the Labelexpo trade fair,” says Seroczynski. “This year will be similar, although this time we will participate in Labelexpo Americas under our own brand name. As far as the domestic market is concerned, we won’t miss the most important conferences and seminars. We plan to take part, among others, in the seminar organizes by the Polish Flexographic Technical Association.”

Lesko has recently moved to a new headquarters near Warsaw, where it holds a manufacturing plant with an assembly hall and a department where most machinery subassemblies and components are fabricated. This is also where a brand new part of Lesko Engineering is to be established—a research & development center. “We have received a subsidy from the EU which will help us in a development of a printing press allowing for a production of printed electronics,” says Seroczynski. “It will include units based on various printing techniques, including flexography, gravure, screen printing. We hope that this innovative solution will be our first step towards broadly defined industrial printing.”

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