At CeBIT 2002, being held in Hanover between March 13 and 20, 2002, Heidelberg will be presenting itself as a total solution provider for the entire digital printing industry. "CeBIT 2002 in Hanover will be Heidelberg's first opportunity to demonstrate a complete, fully integrated solution package of relevant digital printing applications from prepress and press to postpress, both for color and black/white printing", says Holger Reichardt, Marketing Director at Heidelberg.
The centerpiece of Heidelberg's trade show will be its digital printing systems - all of which offer an open and flexible workflow and can be integrated in all kinds of operating environments. On display will be the black/white Digimaster 9110 digital printing system with various software and finishing applications. DataXceed, the software available with the Digimaster, is able to recognize virtually all file formats common in data centers and, by showcasing this software solution at CeBIT, Heidelberg is looking to appeal especially to potential customers from industry, administration, banks, insurance companies and telecommunications.
The NexPress 2100, which has been available since Print 01 in Chicago, is the first digital color production press on the market. Heidelberg is presenting the high-performance system at CeBIT as a high-quality solution for variable data printing and is therefore focusing in particular on customers that are considering the move into efficient one-to-one marketing with printing of fully variable data.
Proven digital offset and digital printing are brought together by the Quickmaster DI 46-4 Pro, which will also be on show at CeBIT. The presentation will highlight the end-to-end digital workflow extending right up to the press. The Quickmaster DI Pro is aimed particularly at prepress companies, digital printers and advertising agencies looking to start out in the constantly-growing market for short-run color jobs.
The Print Media Academy, with its latest offerings relating to "the world of print media", Linotype Library with its "Corporate Type" and "Font Explorer" themes and the Human Resources department will also be represented at the Heidelberg stand situated in Hall 1, Stand 6 a2.
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