Busy Schibsted shops for closed-loop colour

Schibsted Trykk's major printing plant in Oslo's popular Nydalen - where it is now surrounded by apartments, stores, hotels and offices - is getting an upgrade.

One of northern Europe's largest printing facilities, it houses a 22-tower Goss Colorliner 80S towers with five quad-former folders, of which three folders and 12 towers are in daily use, producing around 4.5 million copies a week.

An upgrade agreed in 2019 will see DCOS closed-loop density control installed as part of a project for which Schibsted Trykk chief executive Bjarne Andersen says he has "high ambitions".

DCOS will install a complete print inspection system - density, colour register and cut-off - on one section, plus digital presetting across 12 towers. The press has Goss's Page Packs digital inking system and the project involves a partial retrofit of existing Honeywell digital inking controls.

Pictured (from left): Production manager Anette Birkelund, strategy and IT manager Ole-Hermann Melby, DCOS sales manager Patrik Martinsson, and Bjarne Andersen

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