New Issue of Heidelberg News

Heidelberg, (PresseBox) - The latest issue (No. 261) of the customer magazine from Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) focuses on the sound ecological and economical measures that can be implemented in the printing industry. In researching this topic, the team at Heidelberg News spoke to the Australian company Scott Print to find out what it was that won the owner of the first two Speedmaster XL 105 units in the Southern hemisphere the "Waste and Resource Management Award". The magazine also profiles the Dutch company Ecodrukkers, which likewise is environmentally aware and markets its materials as "eco products", thus enjoying higher margins as a result. The company uses a Printmaster PM 74 Ecocolor and you can learn all about the alcohol-free technology used by this press in the current issue. The magazine also takes a look at press peripherals, examining the ecological efficiency of the new Star 3000 series from Heidelberg. Because time is a valuable resource in most print shops, the magazine also showcases Prinect Inpress Control, which offers an innovative opportunity to achieve rapid inking up without sacrificing quality assurance.

Heidelberg News also reports "live" from the installation of a Speedmaster CD 74 at the German company RheinMail Service GmbH and explains how New Zealand company pakworld has used this press to build up lucrative business on the other side of the world. This issue provides an insight into day-to-day work at Kenyan-based Ramco Printing Works, describes the increasingly important knowledge transfer that takes place in the Print Media Academy network, and - last but not least - offers readers an Irish specialty for bookworm.

Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG

Die Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG ist mit rund 24.200 Mitarbeitern in mehr als 170 Ländern weltweit führender Lösungsanbieter für die Printmedien-Industrie. Mit Hauptsitz in Heidelberg, Deutschland, bietet das Unternehmen Produkte von der Druckvorstufe über die unterschiedlichsten Druckverfahren bis hin zur Weiterverarbeitung. So entwickelt und fertigt die Heidelberg Gruppe Software, elektronische Prepress-Produkte, Bogenoffset-, Rollenoffset- und digitale Druckmaschinen sowie Weiterverarbeitungssysteme. Das Unternehmen hat bei weitem das größte Service- und Vertriebsnetz der Branche. Mit 18 internationalen Standorten und 250 Vertriebsniederlassungen werden 240.000 Kunden weltweit optimal betreut. Heidelberg generiert seinen Umsatz zu 85 Prozent durch eigene Vertriebsgesellschaften. Im Geschäftsjahr 2002/2003 erreichte Heidelberg einen Umsatz von rund 4,1 Milliarden Euro.

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