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Heidelberg to appear with complete range of solutions at China Print in Beijing

Press release from the issuing company

From May 11 through 15, 2005, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) will be at the "6th International Printing Technology Exhibition" in Beijing, China Print, to show a cross-section of the company's complete solution portfolio. On an exhibition space of around 3,600 m2, the focus of the exhibition will be on offerings from prepress to postpress for packaging and label printers, industrial printers, and small and midsize printshops. This is rounded off by a presentation of the Prinect Workflow, the modular software from Heidelberg for controlling and optimizing the entire production process. "This is without doubt set to be the largest and most important China Print in the history of the trade show," emphasizes Günter Zorn, head of the Asia Region at Heidelberg. Zorn is expecting a further increase in the number of foreign visitors. "China in particular has exhibited high growth rates in recent years and forecasts for the future predict that the graphic arts industry will experience its strongest growth in this region," explains Zorn. Given this trend, Heidelberg has been meticulous in preparing the groundwork for this year's China Print. In addition to the offerings in the various application sectors, the focus at the trade show will also be on Remote Service – being presented in web-based form for the first time in China – environmental topics, consumables and replacement parts supply. With its own hall (Hall 2) and as the largest single exhibitor, Heidelberg is well-prepared for China Print and is appearing under the slogan "Created with Passion. Made for Success". In keeping the identity that made its debut at drupa 2004, the market leader in the print media industry is looking to achieve continuity and maximize the recognition effect among its international customers. More important, however, is the fact that the offering has been tailored to the strong Chinese market.