CIA Buys a ROLAND 700 for its Printing Services Center
Press release from the issuing company
McCormick Place, Chicago — The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has purchased a five-color ROLAND 700 perfector with inline coating. Major options include ColorPilot and automated wash-up.
On hand at PRINT 05 to finalize the details were Rob Barbaris, Chief, Printing Services Center, Imaging & Publishing Support, CIA, and Tim Brennan, Customer Service/Sales, CIA. MAN Roland CEO Yves Rogivue presented the agency with a scale model of the new machine.
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