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Workflow provides portal, presets and ink optimisation

Presteligence says the Frederick News-Post in Maryland will use its NewsXtreme workflow to manage print production and provide a portal for print customers.

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Hainsworth back to business development role

Mark Hainsworth has rejoined Harland Simon as business development director to focus on the company's diversification strategies.

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Big Lithoman with the lot for Czech mates

Central and eastern Europe printer EDS has opted for a 48-page manroland Lithoman S press for its Severotisk print site.

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Catalogue industry poised for record night

With a record 726 entries, the Australasian Catalogue Association is expecting a stand-out 26th annual awards night.

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California calls for third GPS upgrade mission

Harland Simon is back at Gannett's The Desert Sun in Palm Springs, on its third mission at the print site.

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Engineer 'rental' the new route to press maintenance

Renting a manroland engineer could be the way of the future as the German press maker looks at ways of expanding its maintenance service activities.

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NYT turns to Goss for seven-line control upgrade

Control on seven Goss double-width presses at the New York Times facility in College Point are being upgraded by the maker.

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Butler's Goss served with HS control upgrade

Problems with press control obsolescence at the Butler Eagle are being addressed with an upgrade which replaces the front end RotoVision and PLCs.

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QuadTech succeeding in packaging push

Web press control systems developer QuadTech says response to its new colour and defect management solutions for packaging converters has been "phenomenal".

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Texas call for ABB's paster control technology

ABB says it is to upgrade reelstands at the Dallas Morning News in Plano, Texas.

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Milestone for chain of custody certification

Forest stewardship has reached a milestone in the Asia Pacific, with more than 10,000 FSC Chain of Custody certifications.

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manroland subsidiary extends into robot-welding

Munich-based manroland web subsidiary grapho metronic is expanding its activities outside printing with new partnerships.

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ING production conference timed for Print17 lead-up

US-based International Newspaper Group has timed its annual conference in the run-up days ahead of Print17 in Chicago.

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Sixth Pack Print show brings innovation to Bangkok

More than 300 companies from 20 countries are expected to take part in the Pack Print International exhibition in Bangkok this September.

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Coldset SC stock 'can compete with heatset'

UPM is pitching for the top end of the coldset web market with a new SC magazine stock.

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Predictive maintenance tech will save costs, failures

manroland has coined a new word, "maintellisense" to ensure that web press users get the parts and service they need, just in time.

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New PCs update controls on two KBA sites

With approval now given for a second phase, QIPC-EAE Americas is replacing control hardware on a ten-tower KBA Comet at Grupo Nación in San José, Costa Rica.

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Dog follows Ball as Japan paper announces branding

The new name for paper merchants BJ Ball and KW Doggett following their acquisition by Japan Pulp and Paper is... (drum roll) Ball & Doggett.

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Bratislava ups flexibility with new 32-page press

A new 32-page Lithoman press at Slovenska Grafia in Bratislava will join two similar presses installed in 2011.

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Bee gets Windows workflow in its press controls bonnet

A press control upgrade at McClatchy's Sacramento Bee will see a move to a seamless workflow-based process.

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Andreas Rau and family head for Germany

After nine years with DS Chemport, Andreas Rau is leaving Australia for Germany and a new venture.

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Three-year programme builds redundancy for BH print site

A complex multi-stage project is equipping BH Media's Tulsa World in Oklahoma for a role as a contract printing hub.

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Bible paper gets closer to heavenly

Paper maker UPM has launched a new lightweight stock in weights from 29-38 gsm.

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Another system live as closed-loop density 'takes off'

Closed-loop density control is among automation features being added to an 18-year-old Tensor press in Jylland, Denmark.

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Wide Lithoman will print books in Kentucky

A 64-page Lithoman heatset press is set to power Quad/Graphics' book production plant in Versailles, Kentucky.

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