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ADAST Dealer CEU Completes Construction of New Midwest Sales, Demo and Training Facility

Monday, October 29, 2007

Press release from the issuing company

Lincolnshire, IL; October 24, 2007 - ADAST a.s., one of the world's leading manufacturers of multicolor offset printing presses, today announced that its Factory-Authorized Dealer serving the Midwestern U.S. has completed construction of a new, 12,000-sq-ft facility here in suburban Chicago.
The new two-story building will house sales, service and administrative offices of CEU, Inc; provide warehouse space, and also serve as the new Midwestern U.S. demonstration and training facility for customers and prospects of ADAST presses located in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky.
The new demonstration room will be equipped with one or more highly automated presses from the ADAST line-up of affordable, medium-format sheet-fed offset systems, as well as with prepress equipment and proofing options to facilitate sales and training.
CEU's new Midwest office expands ADAST's dealer-operated demonstration and training capabilities in the U.S. to three facilities. In the Eastern U.S., United Graphic Systems, Inc. provides sales, service and training to customers and prospects from Maine to Florida from its facility in Englewood, NJ.  Sales, service and support in the Western Region is provided by Universal Graphic Products, Inc., Arvada, CO.
"ADAST congratulates CEU on its continuing success as a longstanding ADAST Factory-Authorized Dealer. CEU's expansion into larger quarters will make it easier to show ADAST customers and prospects in this major U.S. printing region how they can benefit from our line of exceptional offset presses to win more jobs and produce them more profitably," said Radek Dudáš, CEO, ADAST.
ADAST is a leading manufacturer of affordable multicolor offset printing presses for the international graphic arts market, with close to 40,000 ADAST 4-up printing units contributing to the company's nearly 76,000 printing units manufactured and installed worldwide.
Manufactured under rigorous ISO 9001:2000 certification, ADAST 507, 707 and 807-Series presses comply with the FOGRA International standard for excellence in print quality and exactness of manufacturing. ADAST presses also are certified by the Testing and Certification Center for printing presses in Wiesbaden, Germany, with the prestigious GS certification.
More information about ADAST is available at www.adast.com




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