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PACK PRINT 2011: Great Platform for manroland

Press release from the issuing company

Visitors deeply impressed by groundbreaking printing technology

More than 17,000 visitors came to PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL (PPI) in Bangkok in early September.

"I am very pleased to welcome all our valuable guests to our booth at PPI 2011. PPI provides us a wonderful platform for close and direct dialog with our customers, to discuss how manroland's Value Added Printing approach can help them differentiate themselves to stay ahead of the competition," said Job van Hasselt, Managing Director manroland South East Asia.

The visitors enjoyed the non-stop video showing the advanced printing technology and the premium performance of the ROLAND press series as well as the high-quality printing samples. Most of all, though, they appreciated the face-to-face professional advice from the manroland service team.

manroland introduced a wide range of innovative Value Added Printing (VAP) solutions for the ROLAND 700 HiPrint: ROLAND InlineInspector and ROLAND InlineSorter ensure the premium quality of printed products and reduce waste, while ROLAND InlineFoiler Prindor and ROLAND InlineCoater smart produce brilliant effects in metallic printing and coated applications for product enhancement.

PraxisDialog during the show enthuses participants
A special highlight was the PraxisDialog manroland held during the exhibition. The event focused on how to enhance productivity and ensure quality. It attracted representatives of more than 50 printing companies. They received precious information, shared experiences, and discussed the new solutions to help them stay on top of the printing industry in South East Asia. The customers said that manroland not only brought them the most advanced printing technologies but also the groundbreaking Value Added Printing solutions. They support them to meet the new standards of cost reduction, to maintain the highest quality, and to differentiate themselves so as to stay competitive in the printing industry in South East Asia.


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