manroland sheetfed and Landa to Partner on Digital Printing Solutions
Adding to this cost benefit is the fact that Nanographic images are only 500 nanometres thick—about half the thickness of offset images—enabling Landa NanoInk to produce the lowest cost-per-page digital images in the industry. All of this from a water-based, energy-efficient and eco-friendly process.
Benny Landa concludes, “manroland sheetfed is one of the world’s leading providers of sheetfed offset presses and solutions with a longstanding tradition of excellence. This new partnership combines the prestigious manroland brand with the power of Nanography, enabling manroland’s extensive customer base to go digital by converting their existing manroland presses to Nanography.”
About manroland sheetfed
manroland sheetfed GmbH began trading on Feb. 10, 2012, following the acquisition of the sheetfed division of the insolvent manroland AG by British industrialist Tony Langley and Langley Holdings. manroland sheetfed employs around 1,000 people at the HQ in Offenbach, Germany and over 2000 staff worldwide, in over 40 subsidiaries.
Landa Corp. was founded by Benny Landa in 2002 following the acquisition by Hewlett-Packard Company of Indigo, which Landa had founded 25 years earlier. Landa Corporation has four operating units: Landa Digital Printing, which develops Nanographic Printing™ systems for the commercial, packaging and publishing markets; Landa Labs, which develops alternative energy technology as well as nano-materials; Landa Ventures, which invests in promising technology companies; and Landa Fund, a philanthropic entity.