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BORUS Russia installs its first ROLAND press

Wednesday, October 08, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Russian printing house, BORUS, located in the city of Tula, has been established in the printing industry for over 23 years with a reputation for high quality print in a wide range of formats from calendars, brochures and business cards to high-quality cardboard packaging.

One of the factors of the company's success is their ability to meet the ever-changing demands from an expanding customer base. BORUS already run other manufacturers presses but when they required a new press BORUS made the decision to purchase their first ROLAND 706 LV with Manroland's IntegrationPilot smart 2.0 software. The printing house specialists will be able to appreciate all the advantages the ROLAND press has to offer particularly in the highly competitive market of packaging print. With  IntegrationPilot smart 2.0 software, the changeover time between jobs will not only save time and costs but decrease the amount of paper waste by 25%.

Mr. Michael Tenzer, General Director of BORUS, said "The print quality is excellent, the press "holds the ink" perfectly and the print team can easily be retrained to work on the ROLAND. Installation of a new press is not an easy task, but specialists from VIP-Systems (Manroland Sheetfed’s sales and service partner in Russia) carried out their job well and even ahead of schedule which gave us the opportunity to put the ROLAND 706 LV in our production program before the planned date. With Manroland Sheetfed technology we will be able to provide our customers with a higher print quality and more efficient service. "

Manroland Sheetfed is represented by the company VIP-Systems in Russia. For more information please visit http://www.vipsys.ru/catalog/view/listovie-mashiny/

 

Discussion

By Stan Najmr on Oct 08, 2014

Interesting press release, esp. when Germany plans to deploy Bundeswehr in eastern Ukraine in order to stop Russia's expansion to the West.

For more information about freedom in today's Russia visit:
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/09/24/world/europe/russia-takes-step-to-extend-control-over-news-media.html?_r=0

 

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