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Heidelberg Offers Free Publications To Reinforce Commitment To Industry Education

Press release from the issuing company

KENNESAW, Ga., Mar. 12, 2003 - Heidelberg announced today the availability of two complimentary and informative publications that target printers, print buyers and educators. The publications - DI Magazine and Print Process Magazine - reinforce Heidelberg’s commitment to education of the global print industry. DI Magazine DI Magazine, published quarterly, offers a comprehensive and fresh look at digital imaging. The most recent edition was created specially for print buyers. Heidelberg, in an effort to reach out to the print buying community, partnered with Print Buyers Online.com (www.printbuyersonline.com), which offered a link to a PDF version in its online newsletter. DI Magazine is available on Heidelberg's website. Print Process Heidelberg's Print Process Magazine covers news, trends and developments in the graphic arts industry. The publication, designed specifically for the design for print, ad agency and print buyer audience, presents printing as a cross-functional task, requiring experts from publishing, creation, distribution and marketing to work together. To register for a free subscription, visit www.printprocess.net/fr01/templates/abo.asp?con_language=us and click on the link for U.S. subscribers. As the lines between design, print procurement and print production continue to blur, Heidelberg maintains its commitment to provide innovative, customer oriented solutions that link all stages of the printing process to forge a fully integrated workflow. "Trends in the industry indicate that the demand for print will remain strong and that the convergence of digital and offset printing will continue. Therefore, a greater cooperation between suppliers, printing businesses and the end users is vital," said Niels Winther, president and CEO, Heidelberg USA. "Content developers must keep up with advances in information management and the dissemination of information and everyone must upgrade their skills and knowledge in order to remain competitive. Our goal, through the distribution of these free publications in conjunction with Heidelberg's many other educational activities that support the industry, is a continuation of a positive contribution to education."