manroland web systems GmbH Looks Ahead to Drupa 2012

AUGSBURG, GERMANY—Feb. 20, 2012—At Drupa 2012, manroland will present itself as a high-performance partner of the printing industry under the new company name manroland web systems GmbH, featuring highly productive solutions for the industrial web offset production of newspapers, magazines, and advertising material as well as many innovative products from the printnet and printservices divisions. Together with manroland sheetfed systems GmbH, the sheetfed offset division of former manroland AG, the latest developments will be shown in Hall 6.

They comprehend autoprint components, a new operating concept for newspaper and commercial presses, pressupdate and tuning concepts as well as novelties from the printnet and printservices divisions. Last but not least the new newspaper press series COLORMAN e:line and the LITHOMAN S for 96 page heatset production will raise attention. Nevertheless the focus will be the dialog with customers from all over the world. “We are listening to our customers,” says Peter Kuisle. “We want to make sure that each customer gets the press that is most economical for his individual demands.”

Thinking and acting the medium-size way
The takeover of the web press business by L. Possehl & Co. mbH from Lübeck, Germany, as its 10th business division, means a realignment for manroland web systems GmbH. Capacities and company strategy today match the present market demands. Medium-size structures and behavior create new leeway to quickly and targetedly react to customers’ requirements.

“We’ll further strengthen our leading market position in the business for newspaper and commercial web offset presses,” says Peter Kuisle. “Our customers can rely on manroland web systems GmbH as a reliable, powerful business partner. Also they can trust that manroland will continue to bring forward the industrial printing industry with products and innovations.”

Complete portfolio for newspaper and heatset production

“We don’t just build large-format commercial and newspaper printing presses,“ Kuisle explains. “Our customers can profit from a comprehensive performance spectrum of new presses and a holistic consulting, service, and retrofit offer, up to process-relevant consumable components.”

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