Océ, an international leader in digital document management, today announced the introduction of a series of new digital color printers demonstrating the company’s commitment to achieving leadership in the color market. The announcements include additions to the Océ JetStream family of very high speed ink-jet printers and the introduction of the Océ ColorStream 9000 series. Océ previously announced a fifth color station option for the ColorStream family at the Hunkeler Innovation Days last month in Luzern, Switzerland.
The Web Offset Association (WOA) and Printing Industries of America are pleased to announce powerhouse industry executive keynote speakers for the printer-to-printer business and technology conference, Offset & Beyond 2009, taking place May 4-6 at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada. For more information regarding Offset and Beyond 2009, please visit: http://www.printing.org/offsetandbeyond.
WESTMONT,IL--Recent trading activity by three institutions that owned a significant number of shares of MAN AG will have no adverse impact on the continued growth of MAN Roland Inc. in North America, the company announced today. MAN AG is the Munich-based holding company that owns the MAN Group. That operational entity includes segment innovators in truck and bus manufacturing, engine production, construction engineering and printing presses. MAN Roland Inc. is the North American arm of the printing press division. On January 11, three of MAN AG's largest shareholders relinquished their 24.2 percent stake in the company. Munich-based Allianz, Munich Re, and Frankfurt-based Commerzbank sold
KIEL, GERMANY—Dr.-Ing. Rudolf Hell, whose technical innovations and inventions helped pave the way for the fax machine and key telecommunications technologies, celebrated his 100th birthday on December 19, 2001. Dr. Hell has touched more than the graphic arts industry; he has had a considerable influence on modern media tools. Among his many accomplishments: * Joined Prof. Max Dieckmann in presenting the first television transmission and reception station at the Trade Exposition in Munich, Germany, in 1927. * Received a doctoral degree for a dissertation describing a "directly indicating radio position-finding device," a precursor of today's autopilots. * Invented the Hell writing telegraph system in