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Weiss finds there's room at the top for another e:line
Weiss finds there's room at the top for another e:line

It's an 'in' joke at Germany's Weiss Druck that their Colorman e:line press - the first to be installed - was known as the Gipfelstürmer or "summit climber". Another translation is "ambitious person".

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NZME's elderly Goss saving copies with remote-installed presetting
NZME's elderly Goss saving copies with remote-installed presetting

A new 'smart presetting' feature from QIPC-EAE is delivering on a promise to save an extra 150-200 copies with each press start-up.

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SPH invests in upgrades at Jurong plant
SPH invests in upgrades at Jurong plant

New ABB consoles are being commissioned in February on four KBA Commander presses at Straits Times publisher Singapore Press Holdings in Jurong as part of a programme covering all 16 presses.

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QI wins friends in India with double-sensor systems
QI wins friends in India with double-sensor systems

Colour register control is winning growing recognition in India with orders for Dutch specialist QI Press Controls from printer Pudhari Publications and press maker Sigmarq.

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In Sweden, a 20-year-old Goss Magnum to perform 'like new'
In Sweden, a 20-year-old Goss Magnum to perform 'like new'

An expiring lease and the end of a print contract have prompted a new life for an 11-tower Goss Magnum at one of MittMedia Print's five print sites in Sweden.

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When ink at two grammes a copy is not good enough
When ink at two grammes a copy is not good enough

Not satisfied with reducing ink consumption to 2g a copy, German newspaper printer Druckhaus Ulm-Oberschwaben (DUO) is looking to further savings with automatic colour control.

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La Réunion leading again with waterless press start-up
La Réunion leading again with waterless press start-up

Its remote location - an island in the Indian Ocean and an outpost of the French empire - lends strength to La Réunion's argument for technical innovation.

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Upgrade secures another decade of production for HT
Upgrade secures another decade of production for HT

manroland has completed a swift nerve centre transplant for HT Media in New Delhi, replacing the interbus loop on a 12-year-old Colorman in just a fortnight.

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India's top ten for ICQC quality competition
India's top ten for ICQC quality competition

India dominates the upcoming 2018-2020 International Color Quality Club with ten of its biggest publishers enrolling for the programme.

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CPP signs for new automation phase ahead of plant closure
CPP signs for new automation phase ahead of plant closure

Belgian-headquartered printer Coldset Printing Partners has begun a new programme of upgrades with orders for automation on presses including its new KBA Cortina.

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European print chiefs view Mediaprint's Vienna project
European print chiefs view Mediaprint's Vienna project

A project to equip Austrian giant Mediaprint for the future of newspaper printing has come under peer scrutiny at an open day in Vienna.

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DB comes back for fourth Prakash Newslight
DB comes back for fourth Prakash Newslight

A fourth 24-page press has been ordered by Hindi-language publishing giant DB Group.

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Efficiency is focus, says Segger as NWZ offshoot signs
Efficiency is focus, says Segger as NWZ offshoot signs

A new newspaper press was "the next logical step" for independent printshop WE-Druck after upgrading postpress three years ago.

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UAE's Gulf News leads on automation upgrade
UAE's Gulf News leads on automation upgrade

Colour and cut-off registration on a large Cromoman press has been modernised as part of a project at Gulf News in Dubai.

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Telangana daily back to manroland for press move
Telangana daily back to manroland for press move

Building on the relationship which saw a new Cromoman newspaper press commissioned at Namasthe Telangana in 2016, manroland India has been called in to move one of the publisher's Hiline presses.

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Home town daily continues 'piece by piece' modernisation
Home town daily continues 'piece by piece' modernisation

Innovative German daily the Main-Post is updating its printing plant in Wurzburg, the home town of press manufacturer Koenig & Bauer.

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Nine new presses for three Cuba sites
Nine new presses for three Cuba sites

More manroland Uniset presses are headed for Cuba following a major order from Complant.

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Bengali printers register their interest in automation
Bengali printers register their interest in automation

Things are looking sharper around Kolkata as a handful of web printers commit to auto colour registration technology.

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manroland India homes in on third-party upgrades
manroland India homes in on third-party upgrades

As the company extends its reach into upgrades on third-party presses, manroland India has reported a year of successes with several installation 'firsts' of its automated colour density and register systems.

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Goss works with People's Daily on press relocation
Goss works with People's Daily on press relocation

As People's Daily progresses the move of its equipment to new premises in Beijing, Goss International says it has completed the relocation of a Universal 75.

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People's Daily Goss relocation goes to manroland
People's Daily Goss relocation goes to manroland

manroland has relocated a Goss newspaper press for influential Chinese newspaper People's Daily.

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Broader criteria for quality club as closing date nears
Broader criteria for quality club as closing date nears

Magazines, digitally-printed and other new print products will be in contention when judging for the next International Color Quality Club starts in January.

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Cortina users share product insights in Eindhoven
Cortina users share product insights in Eindhoven

The growing band of waterless newspaper printers were in Eindhoven - home of Philips and the futuristic Evoluon centre - for the 13th Cortina user workshop meeting.

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New Delhi ring of confidence as Amar Ujala upgrades
New Delhi ring of confidence as Amar Ujala upgrades

With huge daily production runs to complete - including that of its flagship 2.9 million circulation broadsheet - a programme of control upgrades is improving quality and reducing costs at Noida-headquartered Amar Ujala Publications.

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De Persgroep project cuts press controls in world first
De Persgroep project cuts press controls in world first

How many consoles does it take to drive a 12-tower Colorman newspaper press? What if we told you two, or even one smart desk and a somewhat smaller team of press operators...

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