Gannett Publishing Services has chosen the expertise from manroland web systems Inc. to upgrade and retrofit the press control systems on their manroland web systems presses at The Indianapolis Star in Indianapolis, Indiana, and at The Daily Advertiser in Lafayette, Louisiana.
Since the launch of the Intellicon™ line of ultra-concentrated fountain solutions in September 2013, RBP Chemical Technology has implemented over a dozen installations of Liquid Gold™ UC. Several other installs are pending and are expected to be completed in quarter one 2014.
Commissioning of a Goss Magnum 4 sent Agderposten Trykk AS in Arendal (Norway) careening into a postpress processing bottleneck. With the inserting process no longer able to keep pace with the high printing speeds, updating the inserting technology was seen as the No. 1 priority.
At Nya Wermlands-Tidningen in Karlstad, production has been running on the same Ferag system since 1996, which speaks volumes for the quality of the engineering. But the fact that, even after 17 years, a technical upgrade is still possible using the latest generation of Ferag components, is of even greater value.
The specialists from KBA subsidiary PrintHouseService (PHS) worked together with technicians from Paarl Coldset in South Africa to get a disused manroland Cromoman 50/70 ready for day-to-day production.
InfoTrends surveys show that reducing manual labor is a top initiative for print departments.
Blippar’s augmented reality applications bring it to life.
The Desert Sun and Gannett Publishing Services [GPS] have selected Harland Simon to replace EAE press control system on a Goss Headliner press and communications to two KBA Towers, plus associated Reelstands at their facility in Palms Springs, CA.
Brazilian customer “Jornal Do Commercio” receives the latest control technology and control console system for its UNISET.
Beginning early next year, The Dallas Morning News will take over printing and packaging of the Star-Telegram, the daily newspaper in neighboring Tarrant County, eliminating about 275 jobs there.
October 1st 2013 – Responding to growing demand for greater production efficiency and flexibility from among the shorter-run, multi-version newspaper printing community, Goss International is turning the spotlight on its newMagnum Compact press at the World Publishing Expo in Berlin next week (Oct 7 - 9).
In late 2011, West Ferry Printers of Luton to the north of London opened a new printing centre costing approximately GBP 65 million. The newspapers Daily Express, Daily Star and Daily Sport – some of the highest-circulation titles in the country – are printed at this facility.
Al-Ahram is bringing its Ferag mailroom technology up to the state of the art. Within the context of a retrofit program, three ETR-H series inserting drums that were installed in 1996 have been equipped with new components from the MultiSertDrum generation.