A large order to refit and automate colour control on a 21-year-old newspaper press on "the other side of the world" is a special one for QI Press Controls for two reasons.
After a trial on one of its eight KBA presses in Vienna, Austrian publisher Mediaprint will add QI Press Controls' IDS-3D colour and register control to the remaining seven presses, plus three more in St. Andrä.
Malaysia-based Richmatt Graphics has added control systems vendor QuadTech to a portfolio which includes Indian press maker Manugraph.
How do you make a story about new printing and distribution arrangements look interesting? Illustrate it with a large picture of a leggy brunette, of course.
Kerala giant Malayala Manorama has opted for QuadTech with a colour registration order which covers 11 presses at seven print sites.
Saxony-Anhalt prime minister Reiner Haseloff isn't clear whether he reads it, but every morning, he fetches the newspaper from the letterbox and lays it on the breakfast table for his wife.
KBA says it has held on to leadership in the "upper and highest performance" classes for new newspaper presses, despite a "drastically shrinking" market.
Belgian giant Coldset Printing Partners will add heatset waterless print capability as part of a two-year upgrade programme at its Paal-Beringen print site.
Namasthe Telangana is ready for the launch of an English-language edition after pressing the start button on a new high-speed press.
With their huge circulations and relatively small pagination, it's no wonder 4-1 is the press format of choice for newspapers in India and particularly the southwest coastal state of Kerala.
Eighteen years after it installed two Lithopia presslines, Japan's Kobe Shimbun has come back to Mitsubishi for its latest technology.
An unusual five-tower offset press will replace flexo as a Venice publisher makes a commitment to the future of print.
Australia's Single Width Users group will take a break again in 2017 as it approaches its thirtieth year.
Not just good food, but a well-printed newspaper is important in Germany's Saarland, where hauptsach gudd gess is a common phrase.
The Times of India is to extend presslines in Kolkata and Airoli as part of a programme to build on the success of the giant English-language daily.
There is no end to the exciting developments in print, witness the successes of two of India's largest publishers.
News Corp Australia is looking for a home for the three manroland Geoman colour newspaper presses made redundant as a result of its sale of the Perth Sunday Times to Seven West Media.
manroland has announced that it has joined newspaper-focussed workflow standards group Prime Network.
From a wholly newspaper-focussed centre ten years ago, Druckzentrum Nordsee has evolved to a busy service unit delivering anything from a hybrid flyer to calendars and a 1000-page spares catalogue.
The case for press retrofits was made in a very persuasive manner at WAN-Ifra's World Publishing Expo, with three speakers at the Print World conference stream promoting the strategy.
Will John Henry make a home run with his innovative Taunton print centre? Peter Coleman looks at what might be a US trend
There's a sense of the precision of a Swiss watch about ABP's Barasat print site, just outside the West Bengal capital of Kolkata.
At NZME's 20-year-old Ellerslie production facility, it's a case of coming up with new ideas... or seeing the print business die.
With pressure on to increase productivity following consolidation of print facilities, the concept of the web-based "all in one wash" is gaining popularity with big press users in Europe.
Indian publisher Malayala Manorama has followed the installation of five Mitsubishi newspaper presses with an order for two more.
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