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Manroland Korea Customer A Green Role Model

Monday, August 18, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Manroland Korea's customer SeJong C&P is the perfect role-model for alcohol-free printing.

SeJong C&P's fast rise from a design company to a commercial printing giant has been pretty remarkable.  The company ventured into the commercial printing business and today this South Korean company has a turnover of around €20-million and 200 employees.

Samsung, Lotte and Amore Pacific are among its high-profile customers. To these and other world-class brands, the quality and power of print is paramount. SeJong C&P has always made a point of investing in new machinery from Manroland Sheetfed every two years. Its newest investment is the five color ROLAND 700 DirectDrive.  Tailor-made for short print runs, SeJong C&P is now fully equipped to handle a variety of work including their ten-color ROLAND 700 HiPrint perfecting press for longer run and the six-color ROLAND 700 HiPrint for specialized work.

Environment-friendly printing has long been a priority for SeJong C&P. The company only uses machines that run without alcohol. The new ROLAND 700 DirectDrive - an alcohol-free press - is perfect. 

SeJong C&P exclusively own ROLAND presses and as the company's production staff are fully familiar in all aspects of the capabilities of Manroland presses,  reliability and premium print quality are just a few of the reasons SeJong C&P attract and keep its high-profile customers.

With a strong team of in-house designers, experienced operators, strict control on printing quality, with the help of Manroland technology, SeJong C&P's  continues to grow.


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