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Folding Frenzy: Heidelberg to host live remote demos of Postpress Productivity

Friday, January 29, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

Kennesaw, Ga. – During the first 2 weeks of February, Heidelberg will host a unique series of folding demonstrations on the Stahlfolder TH/KH 82 portfolio. Under the name Folding Frenzy, these live remote demos are open to the North American market beginning Wednesday, February 3rd through Friday, February 12th.  

This series of educational broadcasts will allow customers to see postpress productivity live from the comfort of their office. Each demonstration will contrast conventional folding equipment with the cutting-edge technology from Heidelberg — outlining the modern folding process from feeder to delivery while showing the vast productivity gains achievable with the latest generation of Heidelberg folders. 

Highlights include:

  • Stahlfolder TH 82 6/4/4 with continuous feeder and a VSA delivery (vertical stacker)
  • Stahlfolder KH 82 4/KTLL with PFX feeder and alpha 500 HD delivery 

“The customer responses have been very positive – requests come in on a daily basis,” said Joerg Daehnhardt, Vice President, Postpress Product Management. “We are excited about our Folding Frenzy and we will expand the live broadcast to other products in the near future.” 

Each demo will take approximately 30 minutes followed by a Q&A session. There are multiple times available each day. To schedule a remote demo or request a customized demo either remotely or on-site at Print Media Center Atlanta, visit: http://americas.heidelberg.com/folderfrenzy

 

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