Persgroep Printing in Best is taking the opportunity of a colour registration upgrade to modernise all the control systems on its three Wifag Evolution OF 375S presses.
A thoroughly contemporary approach to publishing underpins newspaper production in the fast-growing Florida city of The Villages.
Even allowing for the delays caused by last August's devastating floods, this month's commissioning of a new plant in Kozhikode is just one more milestone for Kerala giant Mathrubhumi.
The second 4x1 Cromoman press in Kolkata is now fully operational, delivering top quality in less-than-ideal local conditions.
manroland and KBA satellite units have been combined in an ambitious upgrade project for Swedish publisher V-TAB.
Swedish control specialist DCOS Automation is to bring the latest drive and controls systems to Swift Communications subsidiary PressWorks Nevada in its biggest US project.
manroland Goss has virtualised a PECOM control console virtual in Nordhorn, Germany, in a first for the company.
Colour density control and the replacement of eight control consoles with a system including four control tablets feature in a comprehensive update at DDV Druck in Dresden.
The Indian unit of Dutch control and automation specialist QIPC is over the moon over a major new order Times of India, on the heels of others from Malayala Manorama and The Printers House.
A new nine-tower press for Gazzetta del Sud in Messina is one of the first into Europe to be sold under the Wisprint brand.
Philippines daily newspaper the Panay News is investing in local news with the installation of a five-unit Goss Community press.
Tighter lead times and increasing production demands have led Indiana based The Papers to look for new efficiencies.
A new print site for Times of India publisher Bennett Coleman & Co integrates a TKS pressline with Ferag mailroom at a site in Manesar, south of Gurgaon.
As a leading member of WAN-Ifra's INCQC Star Club and a "truly satisfied" user of its first Commander press, the Aschendorff Group is the perfect customer.
Times of India technical director Snehasis Roy (pictured) is among speakers announced for the Print Business Outlook Conference which takes place with Print Pack India on February 2.
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".
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
India dominates the upcoming 2018-2020 International Color Quality Club with ten of its biggest publishers enrolling for the programme.
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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