Innovations From Heidelberg Boost Efficiency and Competitiveness #Ipex
The numerous practical demonstrations will enable visitors to find out how they can achieve economic success with short-run high-end print applications, stand out from the crowd with creative print applications, and make the Internet an integral part of their business strategy. Heidelberg is proving that environmentally friendly production has long ceased to be just an empty buzzword, not only with special training measures at its own production sites, but also by making its whole trade show presence in Birmingham climate-neutral. This measure covers the whole carbon footprint, including the assembly and dismantling phases, the trade show personnel's trip to the site, and the paper used in the practical demonstrations.
Boosting performance with Heidelberg's service portfolio
In order to be successful nowadays, print shops need to do more than just use state-of-the-art technology. Services from suppliers are playing an ever greater role in ensuring that equipment is available round the clock and in helping users unlock the full potential of a machine or integrated solution.
To give customers faster access to these benefits as and when they require them, Heidelberg has combined its entire service portfolio in a dedicated division. The portfolio covers a print shop's entire value added chain and the full life cycle of machinery - from the initial investment to resale.
This includes comprehensive analysis and consulting services, e.g. for process enhancement and system integration, along with training measures for employees and concrete support for certification to ISO or the latest environmental standards. In Hall 8 at IPEX, visitors can obtain practical information about the full range of remote diagnosis and inspection functions, supply of Original Heidelberg spare parts, the range of Saphira consumables, and the service agreements offered as part of Heidelberg Systemservice.
IPEX reinforces upwards trend in the industry
The first upward trends are clearly apparent in various regions. "Companies that invest now in new technologies, new areas of business or processes within their business, will be well placed for the future," says Bernhard Schreier. "Customers are accustomed to us boosting their competitiveness through the latest technologies and a comprehensive service portfolio," he states, adding: "And at this year's IPEX, they won't be disappointed."