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New LITHOMAN for CTP Printers in Cape Town

Monday, February 23, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

CTP Printers, part of one of the largest media and print groups in South Africa, invests again in a press of manroland web systems

CTP again invest in a LITHOMAN. The group stays more dynamic than ever before through updating their state of the art production facilities. With the new LITHOMAN CTP PRINTERS, CAPE TOWN are able to offer clients an enormous range of products, together with providing unparalleled quality and reliability.

“Our philosophy is one of continual improvement and development throughout our operations. The new web offset press is one of a number of exciting initiatives and investments that we will make to ensure that we remain market leaders and afford our clients the most flexible and cost efficient production capability” says Caroline Sturgeon, Managing Director of CTP Printers.

Equipment and print products
The new press has a maximum production speed of 37.500 revs./h, consists of one we and four printing units with Dynachange functionality. It will be equipped with a Contiweb Splicer and Ecoset dryer. Manroland web systems InlineColor Control, InlineCutoff Control and InlineDensity Control together with the latest PECOM version will be included. The LITHOMAN will be delivered at the beginning of August 2015. The LITHOMAN will produce books, dairies, magazines, advertising campaigns, annual reports and catalogues.

Success story since 2008 
“We are very proud that CTP has again placed its trust in our latest technology”, says Timothy Ruth, Vice President at manroland web systems. “To deliver the new press now to South Africa, a market where we have a very large installed base which is still growing is a big success for our company. We are glad that we have the chance to accompany CTP as partner into the next step to strengthen their  market position in the print market of South Africa”, he states.


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