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Mohn media invests in 80 page LITHOMAN

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

The successful partnership between Mohn media and manroland continues: the printing company has ordered a LITHOMAN for its Gütersloh location to expand its product portfolio.

Mohn media Mohndruck GmbH in Gütersloh has invested in an 80 page manroland LITHOMAN that is scheduled to start production in the middle of 2010. With a web width of 2,250 millimeters and a maximum output of 3.2 million four-color DIN A4 pages per hour, the company is relying on genuine High-Volume technology from the market leader.

Mohn media is to expand its product range with inserts. As usual, this strategy is being pursued very professionally and the press the company has chosen for insert production is a LITHOMAN commercial web. This press convinced Mohn media with its flexible production possibilities, which permit efficient printing of both high and low pagination. The LITHOMAN can produce a variety of folds and page counts that up till now were not possible on low-pagination presses. As Roland Witte, Plant Manager and member of the Mohn media Executive Board explains: "We intend to set the standards in insert production right from the start. The decision to purchase an 80 page LITHOMAN means our customers can benefit from high flexibility and print quality." Danilo Vaskovic, Area Sales Manager at manroland: "The business model of our customer is based on very clear intentions that are pursued rapidly and determinedly. For this the LITHOMAN has proven to be the ideal printing system. We are delighted that another chapter has been added to the longstanding partnership between Mohn media and manroland."




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