Price-conscious e:line in production in Germany

The first Geoman in manroland Goss's e:line series has gone into production at Siegener Zeitung in Germany.

The maker says the low-cost press was designed to "individual needs and economics" of the newspaper house, and can be upgraded and retrofitted later.

Flexibility is important for the six-day paper with four local editions of up to 50,000 copies to produce. Additionally, Siegerländer and Sauerländer Wochenanzeiger run twice a week with a total weekly circulation of 370,000 copies, and the plant prints five telephone books and various supplements, some in formats such as super-panorama.

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