Q.I. Press Controls has obtained 1.5 million euros worth of orders
Press release from the issuing company
November 1, 2007 - IfraExpo 2007 in Vienna was very successful for Q.I. Press Controls. The company's message hit home: 'IDS WORKS!'. The special video statement given by Svein Saebøe, technical Manager at Edda Trykk in Norway, left no doubts: the Intelligent Density System (IDS) is running fully automatically on the 8 towers of Edda Trykk's MAN Cromoman and ensures them perfectly printed copies without human intervention.
Of course, Q.I. Press Controls' stand also featured other products in addition to the IDS, such as the Intelligent Quality Management system (IQM) which presented visitors with lots of new applications, giving rise to plenty of discussions on the specific solutions made possible by the system. The IfraExpo also saw the market introduction of the Air Bustle Device. "This product enables motorised adjustment of every individual nozzle, providing a highly accurate and effective way of fighting the fan-out phenomenon with low air usage.
The unique, patented design is very innovative and is perfectly in line with the rest of our high-tech product portfolio," says Jaco Bleijenberg, Sales and Marketing Manager with Q.I. Press Controls. "We welcomed many new potential and existing customers to our white stand at IfraExpo," says Jaco Bleijenberg. "And we opened some champagne to celebrate the deals we closed. They represent a total value of € 1.5 million and include orders for the IDS and IRS in the Netherlands, Germany, Slovenia, the Ukraine, Spain and the USA."
In short: IfraExpo was a great success for Q.I. Press Controls.
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