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‘Creating a recipe for success’

Last month’s EFI user conference in Las Vegas may have marked a number of debuts, most notably the inaugural Connect for its new private equity owners, new CEO and new CTO, but the overarching message was a very familiar one.

Finding a space in the spotlight

Peter Redmond is on a mission. The new managing director at Manroland Sheetfed UK wants the firm to be much more in the mix when printers are considering purchasing a new press. Actually, to be in the mix in the first place.

Landa: Serial showman lifts the tempo again

"It’s like composing a symphony and conducting an orchestra where none of the players have played together before, and they are all playing new instruments. For that to come together and turn into a symphony and not a cacophony requires a lot of things to come together.”

Big H fires up fresh strategy for Drupa

With a reported share of just over 40% of the sheetfed market - significantly more than nearest challengers KBA and Komori combined – Heidelberg can be forgiven for primarily focusing on its core litho offering at each Drupa up to now.

Nanography inches towards launch

"Benny has solved two of the fundamental problems of digital print, but he has created two more. Let’s see. It will take at least two years to solve.” These were the prescient words spoken at Drupa 2012 by a senior executive at one of the industry’s major equipment manufacturers.

‘New’ 700 is logical launch for Langley

This month, Manroland Sheetfed passed perhaps the last significant milestone in its reinvention post its 2012 insolvency and acquisition by Langley Holdings: it launched a new press. Quite how ‘new’ a press is debatable given that this is the latest incarnation of the Roland 700 series, which had its debut way back at Drupa 1990, but more on that later.

Big H clarifies position on post-press

When Heidelberg announced in August that it was exiting the saddlestitching and perfect binding market, and moving to an OEM model in some of its other post-press operations, it seems some people got the wrong end of the stick.

Timsons shape-shifts for digital future

Bespoke UK litho book press manufacturing came to an end this month when Kettering-based Timsons ceased production of its conventional book presses to concentrate on the manufacture of digital presses as it looks towards the future.

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