Tolerans, Swedish manufacturer and world leader of in-line stitching systems for newspaper and commercial printing is exhibiting at WAN-IFRA World Publishing Expo in Frankfurt. Tolerans is exhibiting innovative, value added solutions for newspaper publishers and printers, such as "Compact Stitch" and "Indexing". On stand E232, Tolerans invites printers and newspapers to learn more about how to increase the efficiency of the press in combination with adding value added functionality. This year Tolerans is co-exhibiting with DCOS Sweden, the rising manufacturer of automation and control systems.
Tolerans and DCOS have been working together since 2009 and have developed the successful control system MARKIII for Speedliner 2.0 series. With the Speedliner 2.0 series, Tolerans has further strengthened the position as the world leader in in-line stitching.
"We have put a lot of effort into developing a system in which it is easy to change wear and spare parts without manual adjustments. With our control system MARKIII the stitchers are even easier to operate. The new graphical interface is very user-friendly and intuitive. This to ensure a "worry-free stitching process", says Jan Melin CEO at Tolerans.
Great demand for Speedliner 2.0
Tolerans has a long list of recent successful installations of Speedliner 2.0 such as News International Broxbourne and Knowsley, DNEX Bold Printing in Stockholm, German Rheinisch Bergische in Wuppertal, Mittelbayrische in Regensburg and the recent manroland press installations at Druckhaus Ulm-Oberschwaben in Ulm and Weingarten, Allgäuer Zeitung in Kempten, Finnish Kaleva Oy in Turku and Alma Manu Oy in Tampere, as well as the new GOSS CPS-press at DC Thompson in England.
Recent sales success was achieved at Sanomala Oy in Helsinki and Hall Pressen Jonkoping, Sweden.
Tolerans has sold stitchers outside Europe to Brilliant Star in Hong Kong and Guang Ming Daily in China and will supply to the brand new manroland-océ digital press for Rivet, France.
Also presented at Drupa 2012, Compact Stitch has now established itself on the market. The Ribbon stitcher version is the smallest system on the market with a height of 10 cm and a maximum speed of 60 000 cph. Compact Stitch is the most cost-effective stitching solution on the market for small and medium newspapers with 2/1 and 2/2 - printing machines.
Deliveries of Compact Stitch
The first systems has been delivered and installed at Skive Folkeblad in Skive, Denmark (ribbon stitcher) and Novotisk in Prague (cylinder stitcher). Additional system are about to be installed within short at British Industries in Kuwait (cylinder stitcher) and Sharman & Company Ltd. In Peterborough, England (ribbon stitcher).