Heidelberg Announces 2009 Printers Advantage SweepstakesFebruary 9, 2009
“Current Printers Advantage members already know that Printers Advantage is a resource uniquely positioned to provide news, information and insights of significant value to the small business printer,” said Ray Cassino, Director of Prinect, CtP & Consumables Product Management, Heidelberg USA. “We trust this new incentive will give many more small businesses an opportunity to experience the multiple benefits of membership for themselves.”
Top-of-the line Saphira consumables are specifically designed to maximize the performance of the equipment on which the success of a small business print enterprise depends. Launched in 2006, Heidelberg’s Printers Advantage program likewise provides small business owners with a free access to industry news, exclusive offers and expert advice expressly tailored to promote their success in the offset printing market. Membership in Printers Advantage is free, and printers need not own Heidelberg equipment to register.
Heidelberg will select a winner from among all Printers Advantage members on March 12, 2009.
For more information about the 2009 Printers Advantage Sweepstakes, contest rules, and to register, visit www.printersadvantage.com .
Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG
With a global market share for sheetfed offset printing machines of more than 40 percent, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) is the world's leading solution provider for commercial and industrial customers in the print media industry. Headquartered in Heidelberg, Germany, the Company focuses on the entire process and value chain for popular format classes in the sheetfed offset and flexographic printing sectors. Apart from printing presses, the product portfolio includes plate imaging devices and finishing equipment, as well as software components designed to integrate all print manufacturing processes. In addition, Heidelberg offers a wide range of spare parts, consumables, used equipment and services, along with extensive training programs provided by the Print Media Academy.
Furthermore, the Company assists its customers' investment plans by offering financing concepts. Heidelberg is most active within the major OECD industrial regions and is expanding its involvement within growing markets such as Asia and Eastern Europe. With development and production sites in six countries and some 250 sales offices worldwide, the Company offers services to more than 200,000 customers around the globe. Heidelberg generates 85 percent of global sales through company-owned sales offices and above 85 percent outside of Germany. In fiscal year 2007/2008, Heidelberg achieved sales of Euro 3.670 billion referring to the divisions Press, Postpress and Financial Services as well as a net profit of Euro 142 million. As of March 31, 2008, the Group employed 19,596 staff worldwide.