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LEYKAM Orders a 48-page LITHOMAN

Friday, May 11, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

The LEYKAM Let’s Print Group is the largest commercial heatset printer in Austria. Always searching for the latest technology, CEO Michael Steinwidder and Works Manager Franz Tinnacher have now come to visit the drupa booth of manroland web systems. manroland enjoys a close business relationship with LEYKAM that has lasted for decades and has proven reliable in demanding circumstances as well. A new expression of trust: the investment in a 48-page LITHOMAN.

LEYKAM is well known for high-quality magazines and inserts far beyond the country of Austria. The reliability and the quality of the commercial web presses made in Augsburg have a good share in the success of LEYKAM. Now the newly established manroland web systems GmbH has been rewarded again with the confidence of the company and the confirmation of their order for a 48-page LITHOMAN for short grain production. The press will be delivered in the second half of 2012 and will complement the capacity of LEYKAM with a new, highly efficient alternative for print production.

The new LITHOMAN with an output of 70,000 printed products per hour is to be installed at the high-volume plant in Müllendorf. Once the new LITHOMAN is installed, Müllendorf will have by far the most productive printing system in Austria. “The excellent cooperation between manroland and LEYKAM Let’s Print that goes back many years, and our extreme satisfaction with the performance of our existing manroland presses, were the decisive factors for us choosing manroland once again,” says Michael Steinwidder, CEO of LEYKAM Let’s Print. This group is already today the leading commercial web offset printer in Austria, and is among the top ten in this segment in Europe. In total, the five production sites in Neudörfl, Tulln, Müllendorf, Ho?e/Maribor (Slovenia) and B?eclav (Tschechien) produce 40 million A4 pages per hour.


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