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AZ and NZZ partners back for second press at CH Aarau

The double-width Koenig & Bauer press will build on capacity at the CH Media group company, meeting growing demands for high quality at the modern print centre.

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'Record' technotrans year another record step to growth

technotrans is sharing two thirds of its 9.7 million Euros profit with shareholders.

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Top apprentice Crawford made of the Stuff to succeed

'Impatient to succeed', Josh Crawford's life changed when he secured an opening at Stuff's Petone print centre.

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ImPressions recruits former KBA veteran Richardson

KBA North American veteran Bruce Richardson has joined single-width equipment vendor ImPressions Worldwide.

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Mobile system allows 'stay-at-home' troubleshooting

Pioneering Viennese print site Herold Druck is among the first users of manroland Goss's MainPad service & maintenance tablets.

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PrintPack visitors secure register and cut-off needs

QI Press Controls reports four orders from the recent PrintPack India exhibition, two of which come from new customers.

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Fatal factory explosion leads to pigment, initiator shortage

A factory explosion in China in which almost 80 people died has led to a shortage of raw materials used in publication ink manufacture.

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Argentine regional brings old press up to grade

manroland Goss has announced that it is retrofitting controls on a press at Argentinian regional newspaper El Liberal.

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UPM set to close oldest Plattling publication machine

Paper maker UPM is cutting capacity again, shutting a machine at its Plattling mill to cut coated mechanical paper capacity.

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Romanian book printer picks run-ready Community from US

A four-unit Goss Community is going to SC Editura Paralela 45 SA in Romania.

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Post solves parts problem with footprint-familiar solution

Located in Düsseldorf, Germany - periodically the DRUPA centre of the print industry - the Rheinische Post is accustomed to keeping up to date.

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Norway's Sunnhordland upgrading capacity to take on new work

Norwegian publisher Sunnhordland Trykkeri is in the unusual positions of expanding and upgrading its press, as it takes on the work of two sites which are closing.

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Prima brand to live on as manroland Goss division

manroland Goss has announced it will trade one of the brands it acquired with the IP assets of Harland Simon.

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WE-Druck commits to colour automation for new press

A new Koenig & Bauer web press being installed in northwest Germany is to have QIPC's latest control systems added.

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Prepress workflow expands production in Lancaster, PA

With the focus on making its print production smoother and more efficient, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, based LNP is investing in prepress workflow.

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Spicers draws a line on history with Wesley Vale sale

Mention Wesley Vale and Burnie, and you immediately conjure memories of the fight over chlorine-based pulp bleaching four decades ago.

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Make a date to talk paper trends in Shanghai

Trends in the Asian pulp and paper industry are top of the agenda for Risi's twentieth Asian Conference, being held in Shanghai in May.

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Automation gets to the heart of Sanoma's waste worries

Two Sanoma print sites in Finland have cut waste and boosted quality with new automation systems.

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22 Fincor drives to be replaced in BH Media project

ABB's mechanics are heading to Mechanicsville following an order for a drives retrofit at the Times-Dispatch Hanover County production plant.

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WPF role for Sabine Sirach

Freelance journalist and consultant Sabine Sirach has joined WAN-Ifra as deputy director of the World Printers Forum.

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Metro attendees prepare for the next disaster

With exceptional weather events becoming almost everyday, being prepared for the next disaster has become a hot topic for newspaper production managers.

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ABB's Platform replacement keeps presses rolling for 24 Heures

Tamedia's Centre d'Impression Lausanne print centre is upgrading press controls as part of a plan to secure long-term availability of its Wifag Evolution 371.

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New press gets Columbian back into contract print

Washington state neighbour The Columbian is expanding colour capacity with the installation of a four-tower press from ImPressions Worldwide.

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Brit takes over as DIC's ANZ chief

Richard Kemp has succeeded Ian Johns as head of DIC Australia, in a move from UK DIC group member Sun Chemical.

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'Inventor-engineer' Ed Beierlorzer dies

Engineer and inventor Ed Beierlorzer - whose career with Web Press Corporation spanned four decades - has died.

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