Maker lends a hand on on Cairo Rotoman project

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A used Rotoman press is on its way from Germany to Egypt in the first joint project by manroland Goss and its new subsidiary GWS.

Modern Arab Establishment for Printing and Publishing has signed up for the four-unit heatset press which is being moved from Bechtle Druck to Cairo.

The oldest private printing company in Egypt, Modern Arab is one of the largest publishers and printers of school books in the country and a longstanding customer of GWS which has supplied two earlier presses since 2015.

The 2001 Rotoman has a cylinder circumference of 630 mm and maximum web width of 965 mm, printing at up to 65,000 cch.

Installation is scheduled for completion by the end of this summer following dismantling by a joint team of technicians provided by the client, manroland Goss and GWS.

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