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Thorough research leads Palladio East right back to Manroland

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

When Palladio East, a Serbia-based print subsidiary of multi-awarded Italian printer Palladio Group started looking for a new press, their rigorous research process convinced them that the six-color ROLAND 700 HiPrint from Manroland Sheetfed was the obvious choice to match their requirements. 

Praising the company’s existing presses, a four-color ROLAND 700 with coating module and five-color ROLAND 700 with coating module, Palladio East CEO Mr. Pera Todorovi? said: 

“They are already 20 years old, but still running virtually non-stop at high speed in our plant.” 

But although the company had seen at first-hand the durability of the Manroland presses and the outstanding print quality of the ROLAND 700 series, it still tried to look as objectively as it could at the other market solutions available. It was important, the Palladio East chief said, that the new machine could produce superior print quality and be in a 24/7 working mode over 365 days a year. It needed to be able to function for a very long time, with minimal service intervention. 

After a meticulous search lasting several months, including tests and site visits, Todorovi? and Ing. Nenad Janošev, the company’s technical director, explained his reasons for choosing the new six-color ROLAND 700 HiPrint: 

“We are very glad to see the new machine from the ROLAND 700 series in our production plant. We strongly believe that it can exceed all of our expectations, just as the previous Manroland machines strongly drove us to great success.”

 

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