To be renamed Baldwin UV Ltd., the business provides UV (ultra-violet) curing systems to the graphic arts market, as well as a line of parts and consumables (ultraviolet lamps).
Baldwin Technology Co., Inc. announced today an exclusive agreement with the Swedish manufacturer Tolerans to represent its products in the USA and Canada. Tolerans is a world leader of in-line stitching technology for the newspaper and commercial printing industry.
SHELTON, CT—Baldwin Technology, which specializes in process automation technology for the printing industry, announced that it is undertaking additional personnel reductions in the United States, Germany, Sweden and Italy in order to competitively position the company in the continuing global economic downturn.
Baldwin Technology Co., Inc. reacts to a global slow-down in the printing and printing press market with a worldwide package of measures. The target is to strengthen the company’s competitiveness and sustainability under the current and foreseeable market conditions.
Baldwin Technology Co., Inc., a provider of process automation technology for the global printing industry, today announced aggressive initiatives to strengthen its competitive position and to cut costs in a challenging market. Baldwin President and CEO Karl Puehringer said, “As we have previously stated, the market for printing equipment faces significant challenges due to the current economic environment."
SHELTON, CT—10/16/2008—Baldwin Technology Co., a leading worldwide manufacturer of press controls and accessories, will be setting some innovative trends at Graph Expo, where it will present its current extensive product portfolio as well as new technical developments. These will include systems for sheet-fed and commercial-web presses. A wide range of Baldwin equipment can also be seen in operation on many key press manufacturers’ stands throughout the exhibition. Baldwin’s systems lead the industry in their ability to improve print quality, press productivity and efficiency, while ensuring they have the least impact possible on the environment and supporting the sustainability efforts of the graphic arts industry.