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Flexo, gravure maker Bobst under one roof

Ahead of DRUPA, Bobst has consolidated its Australian distribution with one company, bringing web-fed, sheetfed and label equipment together.

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Recovered parts subsidise cost of Trib Total's tall order

Two Goss newspaper presses with towers of up to five units have been dismantled as part of a project for Trib Total Media.

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Holiday dedication keeps press switchover on schedule

As one door closes in Oregon, USA, another is opening with a press installation at Pamplin Media's Central Oregonian.

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Ólafsson steps into Manfred Werfel's shoes at WPF

WAN-Ifra has named Ingi Olafsson as director of its World Printers Forum, following Manfred Werfel's retirement.

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Not giving up: Icahn weighs in on fight for HP

Xerox's aspirations to buy much-larger HP are not over yet, with Carl Icahn urging HP shareholders to back the $US33.5 billion bid.

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New home, new lease of life for Estonian M600

A Goss M600 at Estonian print company Kroonpress is set for "another ten years" following an automation upgrade.

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New chairman for Heidelberg faces digital challenges

Heidelberg - still the world's biggest printing machine maker - has named Martin Sonnenschein as the new chairman of its supervisory board.

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Xeikon expands Chinese presence with customer centre

Digital printing innovator Xeikon has opened an innovation centre in Shanghai to support expanding Chinese markets.

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Pressgrannar gets the facts about commercial print costs

Swedish IT-for-print company MWM has extended its relationship with newspaper printer Pressgrannar, supplying pre and post-calculation printing plant tool

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QI steps in with new cut-off controls

Swiss Tamedia unit Centre d'Impression Lausanne has signed for new image-based cut-off controls after support for its existing system became unavailable.

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Presetting 'helps colour software respond more quickly'

Amsterdam-based Telegraaf Media Groep has begun an installation of 'self-learning' presetting software as part of an extension to its 15-tower pressline.

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Soon-to-be cashed-up Xerox boosts HP share price after bid talk

While it's only that part of the newsmedia industry still interested in digital newspaper printing that should care, the machinations of Xerox, Fuji Xerox and HP continue to spark attention

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As Oxford delivers on ROI, Newsquest signs for Glasgow

With its Oxford print site delivering forecast savings from press automation, Gannett-owned Newsquest is moving its focus to Glasgow.

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Closed-loop colour pays off on UV presses

DCOS Automation has landed another order to add closed-loop colour to a UV-equipped press.

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Belgian Commander gets new turn for L´Est Républicain

For newspaper press maker Koenig & Bauer, few things are as good as installing a new press. Unless it's installing it a second time.

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Jobs to go as UPM cuts, closes and consolidates

UPM says it will close an SC paper machine in Finland and sell a newsprint mill in France to cut capacity.

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Yedioth relocates double-width presses to Tel Aviv print centre

Koenig & Bauer has completed a project to move two newspaper presses for Israeli media giant Yedioth Ahronoth.

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'Double out' boost as Aiken adds extra colour

A four-tower Goss Magnum installed in stages is helping meet colour and productivity demands at South Carolina's Aiken Standard.

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Step-by-step solution to a shaftless headache

Thirty-two drives and four CLC motion controllers are to be replaced in a step-by-step process to upgrade the 20-year-old shaftless drives on two Goss Universal 45 presses in Ikast, Denmark.

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Retrofits and press management at Berlin show

Latest versions of ABB's suite of newspaper production management systems will be presented at this year's Ifra World Publishing Expo in Berlin.

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Siris brings veteran Jacobsen in to mind its EFI investment

Former Xerox chief executive will head EFI, after being brought in by private equity owner Siris as executive partner and now chief executive.

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India a buyer as 'biggest' operation clears Honolulu print plant

A package of press equipment from closed Hagadone Printing in Honolulu has been sold and moved following a major operation by US-based ImPressions Worldwide.

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'Confident' book printer buys again

A five-unit press will be up and running in 45 days following an order from Delta Web Printing in Sacramento, California.

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ImPressions awarded hot press agency following visit

Burlington, Washington, based ImPressions Worldwide has been appointed to sell Goss Graphic Systems China's presses in the USA, Canada and South America.

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Mittelbadische takes another step to automation

German publisher reiff Medien has upgraded its pagination and production processes, expanding its relationship with ppi Media.

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