WEILBURGER Graphics reprint the product class manual

In the course of the Corporate Design relaunch of Weilburger at drupa 2016, WEILBURGER Graphics GmbH, based in Gerhardshofen, has now reprint the proven and informative product class manual in a new design and with updated as well as complemented information.

Clearly structured in particular product classes from varnishes, flexo inks and adhesives, interested parties can obtain further information about applications, food suitability, possible applications and available products. In addition, the informative ident number system of WEILBURGER Graphics, which was introduced in 2011 and on the basis of the order number of the products also conclusions about its characteristics are to be drawn, will be again exactly explained. Extensive information about the certificate of conformity for low-migration products as well as further safety precautions of the company for the safe use in the food industry of its products up to planning and application security complete informative the manual.

 

Arno Dürr, Sales Director of WEILBURGER Graphics GmbH about the new reprinted manual: “Since 2011, we have been circulating our product class manual and since that time our customers repeatedly signaled us that the manual is used by the purchaser and advisors from our customers as helpful tool, which makes us very happy. Thus it was clear that we will reprint this brochure also in the new corporate design with updated and concluded information.”

 

The product class manual is in DIN-A6 format, has a size of 28 pages and is available in German, English, Spanish and Polish with immediat... [read more]

 

WEILBURGER Graphics at interpack 2017

Following its successful interpack debut in 2014 WEILBURGER Graphics GmbH, based in Gerhardshofen, Franconia, decided to participate at it again. Also, this year the company will exhibit with other partners of the PrintCity from May 4th – 10th 2017 in Düsseldorf.

As the leading global trade fair, the interpack is the most important initiator for packaging industry and all related process technologies. Whether processes and machines for the packaging or finishing whether packaging materials and packaging manufacturing or services for the packaging industry – 2,700 exhibitors from over 60 countries presented their latest ideas, innovative concepts and technological visions at the interpack. In its more than 55-year history the interpack 2017 registered the highest demand by exhibitors. After the official registration closing of the most important event of the packaging industry and related processing industry the companies had booked 20 percent more space, as capacity at the Düsseldorf exhibition grounds with its 262,400 square metres in 19 halls is available.

 

WEILBURGER Graphics will also present in additio... [read more]

manroland sheetfed: Copag adds the new ROLAND Evolution to its pack

Pioneering Brazilian company invests in ROLAND 700 EVOLUTION with UV and Ultima configuration

When it comes to "playing your cards right" Copag knows a winner when it sees one. After all, no one makes playing cards like they do. Established more than a century ago, Copag is a pioneer in Brazil when it comes to manufacturing and exporting playing cards.

Copag cards can be found across five continents and in the glitziest casinos. World championships and other prestigious tournaments use its playing cards. Additionally, in Brazil Copag provides a wide variety of children’s games and custom cards.

Advanced printing technologies ensure products of the finest quality and at lower cost. ROLAND 700 presses are a winner in this regard. Copag knows this from experience. The company has been successfuly operating ROLAND 700 presses at its facility for many years now.

Recently, Copag invested in a ROLAND 700 EVOLUTION with UV and ULTIMA confi... [read more]

Avant Imaging & Integrated Media installs Manroland R706PLV HiPrint Press

AIIM’s decade-long partnership with Manroland Sheetfed continues to spur growth and attract new business.

In 1990, Mario and Frank Giorgio (in partnership) founded Avant Imaging & Information Management, Inc. (“AIIM”). Today, AIIM has diversified its offset and digital commercial printing into an Integrated Media Company called Avant Imaging & Integrated Media, Inc. (also known as The AIIM Group). It operates within a 100,000-sq.-ft. campus in Aurora, Ontario with 90 full-time employees and a bank of part-time and temporary help to draw from when required. AIIM has a number of different technologies available within its campus to satisfy the many print, imaging, ordering, fulfillment and mailing needs of its customers.

The company is an industry leader in providing offset printing and data-driven digital print communications, and has been extremely successful in continuously delivering high-value products. It recognized the need to consolidate various print t... [read more]

KBA-Sheetfed keeps its firm hold on pole position in large formats

1500 installations since 1995

KBA-Sheetfed Solutions has been the acknowledged market leader for large-format sheetfed offset printing presses for many decades. That applies especially – but by no means exclusively – in packaging printing. Since the initial market launch of a wholly redesigned Rapida large-format generation in 1995, a total of 1,500 large-format presses have left the Koenig & Bauer factory in Radebeul. That equates to well over 6,000 printing units for the format classes 910 x 1300 to 1510 x 2050 mm since the turn of the century.

Large-format sheetfed offset presses in unit design had already been manufactured at the Radebeul factory since 1968. It was then drupa 1995 which marked the transition from the dependable workhorses of the previous Varimat series to the extensively automated, high-performance Rapidas. Newly engineered from the ground up, the large-format Rapida ... [read more]

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