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Swedish-Romanian printers choose Rapida sheetfed offset

Monday, November 13, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

The private Swedish-Romanian company Novis started up print production in a former textiles hall in Cluj-Napocca/Romania in November 1992, initially with ten employees. Novis managing director Alexandru Galos soon recognised the importance of the packaging sector and began to handle not only posters, but also labels. Given the strong growth in labels business and the ever stricter quality and hygiene demands of major customers, a move into new premises became unavoidable. In 2005, the company moved into its new home on an industrial estate on the outskirts of Cluj, where its modern facility is managed in full compliance with the DIN ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 14001 standards. With a staff which in the meantime numbers 75, Novis has risen to become market leader for labels in Romania. "Our aim is to be the best print provider on the market. And we strive to operate on a par with our West European competitors in terms of economic efficiency, quality and modern production processes," is how managing director Alexandru Galos describes his intentions. With his two new presses, a seven-colour Rapida 74 in half-format and a KBA Rapida 105 universal with six printing units, double-coating facilities and Densitronic S, both print quality and the range of options for inline finishing have received a considerable boost. After nine months in production, the two presses have already clocked up some 50 million impressions, and there is still no end to the growth in orders in sight. The next plan, therefore, is to optimise internal production processes by implementing JDF/JMF-based printshop networking.

 

 

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