Anderson & Vreeland Represents Xeikon in North America


Staff member
Xeikon America and Anderson & Vreeland (A&V) have entered into an agreement under which Anderson & Vreeland will sell the Xeikon line of dry toner and inkjet-based digital label presses in the US & Canada.

A&V will begin offering Xeikon solutions in early 2020, and will work in partnership with Xeikon’s regional sales managers to assemble a customer’s optimal configuration, assist in contract negotiation, ordering and installation. Xeikon will provide maintenance services after the sale is complete.

“We’re proud to add Xeikon presses to the portfolio of solutions we offer which includes being the Flint Group’s NA distributor, for Xeikon ThermoFlexX, printing plates and Rotec Sleeves,” said A&V’s Director of Digital Business Solutions, Dave Miller. “We’ve seen a steadily increasing interest in digital label and packaging production among our customer base.”


Well-known member
I would love to run Xeikons.

The biggest obstacle to our purchase of their machines has always been the fact that it's hard to find job-appropriate paper in rolls.

As long as fine paper on rolls is on allotment, we'll simply sigh and keep using other ways.

Long live free enterprise.

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by Noel Ward, Editor@Large
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