HEIDELBERG, GERMANY—Eastman Kodak and Goss International were revealed as the recipients of divisions that Heidelberger Druckmaschinen (Heidelberg) announced it would divest last November. Heidelberg has reached an agreement to sell its digital printing division and all of its digital printing activities to Eastman Kodak for a maximum of US$150 million, a deal that has to be approved by antitrust organizations. The deal includes Heidelberg's digital black-and-white business, Heidelberg Digital Imaging of Rochester, NY, its 50 percent share in the Heidelberg/Eastman Kodak joint enterprise venture Nexpress Solutions, also of Rochester, as well as its 100 percent share of Nexpress GmbH in Kiel, Germany. Over the next

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