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KBA at PIAP seminar in the Philippines: Print experts discuss the latest workflow solutions

Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

On 9th November, KBA-Sheetfed Solutions was able to present its drupa innovations with help of the local KBA agent Caledonian International Corporation to members of the Printing Industries Association of the Philippines (PIAP). Some 80 print professionals accepted an invitation to the event, which placed a particular focus on the topics of production management and Industry 4.0.

Andreas Friedrich, the new managing director of KBA Asia Pacific, began by introducing the KBA Group as an especially versatile and strong partner of the print industry worldwide. Alongside the comprehensive product portfolio for the most varied market segments, unrivalled know-how in the field of inline finishing and new offers to further optimise post-press processes, he spotlighted the strengths of the local organisation serving the Asian-Pacific region when it comes to sales, service and networking. Information on unique technical features of the high-performance Rapida offset presses, such as the makeready-saving dedicated drive technology, and on successful press installations in the region rounded off his presentation.

Chris Waschke, workflow expert at KBA-Sheetfed Solutions, spoke about the different levels of process automation. With KBA LogoTronic, the Complete software suite and management information systems from a number of different partners, KBA is able to implement tailored solutions to match individual requirements – right up to a closed-loop workflow with a 360° view of all involved processes. Further offers under the heading of performance management provide additional possibilities for process analysis and improvement in the print company.

For all participants, the seminar was not only a source of technical information, but also an opportunity to discuss developments with the KBA experts and to establish new contacts.

 

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