MAR Graphics has installed a five-color RDP Marathon UV web press to produce direct-mail pieces, jumbo rolls and other print pieces.
DG Press Services, Dutch press manufacturer and internationally renowned for its service on Drent Goebel machines, is proud to confirm its attendance at drupa 2012 in Düsseldorf, Germany. From May 3-16 in hall 15, booth B24, the company will showcase different solutions for streamlined production processes in the label and packaging industry.
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HAUPPAUGE, NY—Muller Martini has acquired patents for the variable sleeve offset press (VSOP) technology from Drent Goebel, which declared bankruptcy in July. As a result, a new Muller Martini VSOP press series, offering flexible package and cardboard printing, will be launched by the end of 2009. By combining the new VSOP series with its existing Alprinta and Concepta product lines, Muller Martini will provide printers with a comprehensive array of web printing solutions.
Muller Martini has acquired patents for the VSOP technology from Drent Goebel. A new Muller Martini VSOP series, offering flexible package and cardboard printing, will be launched by the end of 2009.
HALL, THE NETHERLANDS—International press manufacturer Drent Goebel was declared bankrupt on Monday. The receiver, H.C. Brandsma, is exploring possibilities to take further action in the best interest of the various shareholders of the insolvent web press manufacturer. Stakeholders of the company will be informed separately as soon as possible.
International press manufacturer Drent Goebel B.V. announced today that it has been declared bankrupt on July 6, 2009. The bankruptcy involves Drent Goebel B.V. in Hall, the Netherlands.
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CENTERBROOK, CT—November 7, 2008—EPG (Essex Products Group), www.epg-inc.com, a global leader in the manufacture and integration of color control systems, announces that during Graph Expo it sold two KeyColor(TM) III ink control systems, including KeyColor AutoSet software for presetting, to press manufacturer Drent Goebel North America Inc. www.drent-goebel.com.
WITH THE massive Drupa exhibition in Germany just seven months away, Graph Expo 2007 held in Chicago last month won’t go down in graphic arts history as a watershed event from a jaw-dropping new product standpoint. But that didn’t stop more than 20,000 upbeat attendees from filling the aisles at what was the largest Graph Expo event since 2000, and the second largest ever. Despite the Drupa effect, from a traditional offset printing standpoint there were a few new presses introduced, several automation and makeready advancements on display and, of course, a sprinkling of press sale announcements. An emphasis on environmental sustainability and improved