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Nipson Wins Business With DGCP

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Belfort, France (June 26, 2006) – Nipson Digital Printing Systems PLC, a leader in the digital printing market, has won the bid to supply high speed digital printing systems for the French treasury department la Direction Générale de la Comptabilité Publique (DGCP). Two VaryPress 400 TED (Twin Engine Duplex) lines will be installed in the organisation’s new production centre outside Lyon. When the operation is up and running at the end of 2007, it will consist of a roll-to-roll configuration producing various transactional documents at speeds of up to 150 metres per minute (500 ft/min). DGCP will centralise its entire document production at this facility and plans to expand the operation with four additional VaryPress TED lines. The tender was issued in the first quarter of 2005 with DGCP confirming its choice of Nipson Varypress 400s on June 1st, 2006. The global turnover of this relationship will reach 10 million euros over 3 years when DGCP buys four additional integrated VaryPress 400 TED lines. DGCP selected Nipson for its high performance, efficiency, and reliability, reinforcing the press manufacturer’s reputation in direct mail, digital books, business forms, and financial and transactional documents. This new project also demonstrates Nipson’s capabilities and experience in designing and delivering a complete solution, which includes data distribution, personalisation of documents, highlight colour, micro perforations, and camera control. The VaryPress 400, like all Nipson systems, is based on magnetography, which allows for faster, more reliable printing as compared to other toner based systems. Nipson systems also use flash fusing to fix toner to the paper without heating the substrate. The VaryPress 400, in particular, is a tension-fed system allowing it to more easily be integrated with other printing and finishing equipment. Nipson was chosen to supply printing systems to “la Direction Générale des Impots” (DGI), the French tax authority, three years ago. This new contract reinforces Nipson’s relationship with the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry as a supplier of reliable and efficient printing solutions.

 

 

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