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Mathrubhumi picks Swedish partner for waste control

For Kerala-based Malayalam newspaper Mathrubhumi, measuring waste is a fundamental stage in controlling it.

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One-time rivals together in Chicago and Hyderabad

Former rivals Goss and manroland have one of their first trade show gigs together at the end of this month on the US press maker's historic "home turf" of Chicago.

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Gilmore maintains Goss connection with sales role

Former Goss regional manager Dave Gilmore has joined single-width specialist imPressions Worldwide after a quarter of a century with the maker.

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Pollies take the tablets at digitalisation panel

Politicians and businesspeople learned about digitalisation in print production during a presentation at manroland Goss's headquarters in Augsburg.

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Reach's Oldham presses get a control upgrade

UK newspaper publisher Reach - the former Trinity Mirror business - has tappedEAE to upgrade control systems on its Wifag press in Oldham.

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Droz draws a line on five decades in the print industry

Peter Drozdowicz has retired, drawing a line on a career which began with Collie Australia in 1967 and saw him rise to chief executive of DS Chemport.

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Balkans not baulking at technological edge

Serbian heatset printer Color Press Group is updating automation with a QI system for its Rotoman D press.

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Drive swap-out gives Advance press years of life

Modern Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 755 drives will help Advance Local increase efficiency on a Goss Colorliner in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

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Verico gets it all together with corporate move

Waterless printing technology vendor Verico Technology is to move its offices to Enfield, Connecticut, as part of plans to accommodate growth.

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New England pressline expands capacity, boosts quality

A new 22-unit pressline promises Newspapers of New England increased colour capacity and better quality for its own and its customers' newspapers.

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Faster-better-cheaper as Baltic printer updates

Automation at Estonian-based newspaper and catalogue printer Printall will be "quicker and more reliable" following a technology update.

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Bibles by the million - manroland seals a deal with Pia Sociedade

It's the perfect press to print bibles as well as magazines and catalogues, a capability which has endeared manroland's Euroman to a Brazilian printer.

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Reelstand upgrade helps overcome obsolescence

Goss says it has developed an upgrade to replace the obsolete Conoflow on CT reelstands.

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Savings and improved quality ahead in Guatamala

Two recently-purchased Uniset towers at Prensa Libre in Guatemala are to be updated with QIPC's colour register and cut-off control systems.

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Birthday 'cake' for Black Forest's Südwest

New drives and control systems will bring an elderly Wifag OF370 up to date at Black Forest printer Druckzentrum Südwest.

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technotrans buys Reisner Cooling out of administration

technotrans will go further into plastics processing with the purchase of Reisner Cooling Energy's business from the administrator.

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Goss cracks SLT obsolescence issue on M600s

Goss says it has worked out a way of replicating obsolete SLT power converters on its older M-600 presses.

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Fourth press as Rotolito continues update

Italian commercial printing giant Rotolito has ordered a 48-page manroland Lithoman, its third press of the design in five years.

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Dates for ANP in Malaysia and WePrint NZ set

Dates have been set for two of the region's most practical and informative conferences - ANP this year in Malaysia, and New Zealand's WePrint in Blenheim.

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Levenson-Parsons book update clicks with Ricoh

Authors of the Introduction to Graphic Communication, Harvey Levenson and John Parsons have published an updated interactive version.

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manroland updates controls for Novus print unit

Controls on a Geoman newspaper presse have been updated in a project for a Novus Print site in Gauteng, South Africa.

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Two dead, one critical following mill gas leak

A toxic gas leak at Norske Skog's Albury, NSW, newsprint mill has left two workers dead and a third critical in hospital.

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Aluminium cost prompts big rises in Agfa's plate prices

Agfa has flagged substantial increases in plate prices in a response to "soaring" aluminium costs.

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John Georgantzakos joins PIAA's 'generational change'

Managing director of Spot Press John Georgantzakos will take up a place on the board of the Printing Industries Association of Australia following the retirement of Matt Aitken.

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Injunction means Xerox deal is off, Jacobson gone

Plans for Fujifilm to take over the rest of Xerox may have to go back to the drawing board after a preliminary injunction was granted to billionaire investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason.

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