Innovations From Heidelberg Boost Efficiency and Competitiveness #Ipex
"We have systematically geared our range of products and solutions to the requirements of our customers in the advertising printing and packaging printing segments and ensured that they represent the state-of-the-art. We therefore confidently believe that both we and our customers are well placed for the recovery," said Schreier.
IPEX 2010: Booth Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG in hall 8 at the IPEX trade show in Birmingham, UK.
New products help to master the challenges of the future
With numerous prepress, press, and postpress innovations, including integration of all process steps, Heidelberg can offer users the leading solution portfolio in the industry, and is committed to doing so in the future, too. IPEX 2010 will mark the world premiere of the Speedmaster CX 102, a new press for industrial offset printing capable of reaching production speeds of 16,500 sheets per hour. As well as high productivity, the Speedmaster CX 102 is impressively versatile and is aimed at both commercial and packaging printers.
The new press is positioned between the Speedmaster SM 102 / CD 102 and the Speedmaster XL 105. This press puts the finishing touch to the Heidelberg 70 x 100 cm (27.56 x 39.37") format and offers the perfect solution for every press speed and level of productivity.
A further IPEX innovation from Heidelberg is Prinect S - a workflow solution for small and medium-sized print shops that provides a fast and reliable gateway to lean print production. Users benefit from all the basic print shop workflow functions required to combine prepress and pressroom management in a single system.
Trade show presence focuses on current market trends
At the trade show, the company will run practical demonstrations to highlight how media service providers, print shops, and postpress specialists can act on current market trends such as Lean Manufacturing, Ecological Printing or Web-to-Print and successfully adapt their portfolios accordingly. Heidelberg will demonstrate at IPEX how to optimize business and production processes across the entire value added chain of sheetfed offset printing, while also minimizing their environmental impact.