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Jordan Press Foundation Amman orders Q.I. Press Controls systems

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Oosterhout – To end 2011 Jordan Press' biggest circulation national Arabian newspaper 'Al Rai' will start a fully Q.I. Press Controls equipped hybrid KBA Commander pressline in Amman. Q.I. Press Controls proudly confirms that due to Jordan Press Foundation's high quality demands for newspapers and semi-commercials printing, Q.I. Press Controls' intelligent solutions are favoured for the new pressline.   

ABD, Q.I. Press Controls' closed loop Fan-out control system is going to be a major part of the top-register printing performance in Amman. While paper is a living fibre substrate, the dampening will widen the double width web during printing colour-after-colour. But ABD on all six printing units will adjust those fan-out  deviations automatically thanks to the input from 24 of the in total 48 mRC+ scanning heads on the KBA Commander.

Giffin Graphis, Q.I. Press Controls' agent for the Middle East build a good relation with Jordan Press Foundation during earlier IRS colour register sales and services. Giffin also confirms to be extremely happy that Q.I. Press Controls' latest mRC+ technology with micro-marks now is selected in combination with Q.I. Press Controls' worldwide proven ABD Fan-out register-technology: 'ABD operates much faster and continuously more accurate than any printing crew can perform. So after press-commissioning readers and advertisers will profit from the Commander's constant top-register printed fullcolour quality. Pay-off from this large investment in print quality-improvement will come from a three-fold reduction: in setup-time, material and crew'.

The Jordan Press Foundation publishes the national Arabic daily newspaper, 'Al Rai', which has the biggest circulation and advertising section in the country. Other titles include the 'Jordan Times', an English publication launched in 1975, and 'Hatem', a monthly magazine for children and youngsters.

 

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