Nestled at the feet of the Bavarian Alps, stands a humble mountain spring water factory. If you didn't think anything of it, you might think that this was a standard spring water company. It's the furthest thing from it. Instead, Adelholzner Alpenquellen has been bottling and distributing mountain spring water for almost a century, but its age isn't the only thing that sets Adelholzner Alpenquelle apart.
Wholly owned by the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul religious order, the plant currently operates seven modern production lines and is capable of filling 240,000 bottles of water an hour. In fact, Adelholzner Alpenquelle stands as the largest mineral spring in Bavaria.
With a focus on innovation, the company had made big investments in new machinery, but felt hampered by the poor quality of the laser printers they were using. Turning to Domino Amjet for help, the two companies began working together in 1998, developing printing solutions for Adelhozner’s wide range of labels and bottle types. When Domino announced the imminent launch of their innovative D-Series line of CO2 laser printers, the company was keen to get involved.