Issue: July Aug 2013, Vol # 8, No # 4,
KBA retrofits inkjet
systems to newspaper presses

Asian Media Awards 2013 aims to promote the highest publishing standards

A pathbreaking development
in newspaper distribution

Global forum on
copyright violations in ‘online’ world

GOSS to offer new ideas, resources
and leading technology at PRINT 13

INCQC seeks new members

News & Activities
Meenakshi Group chooses PRIMA
36 for newly launched Tamil daily

Meenakshi Group of Institutions in Tamil Nadu recently launched a Tamil daily Thina Ethazh from Chennai. The company adopted PRIMA 36 web offset machine from Pressline India Private Limited to print the newly introduced regional newspaper. The group is under the chairmanship of AN Radhakrishan, a well known personality in the educational circle of the state. At the dawn of India’s independence, his first priority was to give utmost importance on imparting quality education in the country as he believed that good education alone will help people rise up in various walks of life. His main objective/focus behind the launch of Thina Ethazh is promotion of quality education along with in-house production of educational materials.

COLORMAN autoprint strengthens
stance of Finnish newspaper printer

A message from the managing director Helvi Liukkaala of Alma Manu at the official opening of the Finnish newspaper printer’s center was, “We are aiming to be the best service provider in printing, finishing and distribution of printed products.” In order to meet this ambitious goal, the newspaper adopts a new COLORMAN autoprint from manroland web systems. Alma Manu has invested 70 million euros into the new ground-breaking production complex where equipped a COLORMAN autoprint and other equipments. Alma Manu is now running off around 3.2 million copies of newspapers each week as 1.6 million copies of these go to subscribers.

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