Despite a 32% decline in sales for the current fiscal year, only Euro 125 million remains of the original Euro 654 million purchase price in 2006. On a net basis, Finkbeiner indicated manroland was debt free in 2008 and state aid from the German government is not an issue for the company.
Printing Industries of America (PIA) and manroland Inc. are moving to a next level in their partnership that will include collaborative research and training activities, the two organizations announced today.
As the Supervisory Board of parent company manroland AG in Germany announced its plan to implement a package of measures to safeguard the future with specific reductions in workforce and strategic facility planning for 2009 and 2010, manroland Inc. CEO Vince Lapinski, issued a strong statement for the company’s North American operations.
Quebecor World Inc. purchases three new state-of-the-art short cut-off, wide web high speed offset presses to further enhance its industry leading retail insert platform. The presses will be strategically positioned in the U.S. and Canada.
WESTMONT, IL—09/29/08—Attendees for next month’s Graph Expo can save time and jumpstart their research in preparation for the show by checking out manroland’s newly updated Web site at www.manroland.us.com. manroland’s clever approach of using video and pop-ups gives visitors an insightful preview about its PRINTVALUE program and other events planned around the show, which runs from October 26-29 at McCormick Place in Chicago.
CHICAGO—With a fresh snowfall on the ground, the Windy City provided a fitting seasonal backdrop for MAN Roland’s annual Editor’s Dinner. This time, the educational event and end-of-year celebration also served as a toast to Yves Rogivue, the press manufacturer’s then outgoing CEO, and Vince Lapinski, who took over the reins effective January 1. In his parting remarks Rogivue, who has since returned home to work for Muller Martini in Switzerland, challenged industry companies to make some noise and shake things up with new technology. “CIM (computer-integrated manufacturing) is the cornerstone upon which the future of this industry will be built,” Rogivue said. “Implementing CIM