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The Hindu Group's editor N Ram
and columnist Kuldeep Nayar honoured

-with the Press Club Mumbai RedInk Life Time Achievement Awards

Minister for Information & Broadcasting Manish Tewari, veteran journalist N Ram of the The Hindu Group, Arnab Goswami of Times Now and Uday Shankar, CEO, Star India debating on press freedom during RedInk Awards 2013 organized by the Press Club, Mumbai.
For honouring excellence in Indian journalism The Press Club Mumbai RedInk Awards-2013 celebrated the achievements of the Indian Media by conferring honours to top journalists from all over the country, in a grand function held in Mumbai on May 25, 2013. The governor of Maharashtra, K Sankaranarayanan conferred the RedInk Life Time Achievement Awards upon veteran journalist and editor of The Hindu, N Ram and renowned columnist Kuldeep Nayar.

Apart from these two, Press Club Mumbai gave away the RedInk Awards for excellence in Journalism to twenty other journalists in nine categories such as political, sports, business, crime, entertainment, environment, science & innovation, television story of the year and picture of the year. Broadcaster Star India also won the RedInk Awards for Excellence in Journalism for its issue-based reality show 'Satyamev Jayate'. The awards for 2013 attracted over 900 entries from journalists all across India.

The scintillating Awards evening also regaled the 600 plus audience with an inward looking debate on the profession of journalism, titled 'Keeping Media Free & Fair' hosted by Times Now editor-in-chief, Arnab Goswami. The debate saw zealous participation by media veterans N Ram, Uday Shankar (CEO of Star TV), and Manish Tewari, union minister for Information & Broadcasting, who was the guest of honour for the event.

On the occasion, the governor K Sankaranarayanan conveyed that the last decade has seen dramatic changes in the world of media. The modes and tools of communication have changed. The Social Media has arrived on a big way. Young people are increasingly watching news on the internet, mobile phones and i-pads."

AIM Media Texas to make a big difference
-with retrofitting of ABB press controls for two Goss Universal 45 presses

The Goss Universal press line in McAllen
One of the leading suppliers of automation solutions for the newspaper industry, ABB has announced an order from AIM Media Texas for a press controls retrofit of their two Goss Universal 45 presses at their print site in McAllen, Texas. The presses at the McAllen site in the Rio Grande valley in the southernmost part of Texas are used to print regional newspapers including The Monitor, the Valley Morning Star and the Brownsville Herald. Customer support was a key element in AIM's decision to turn to ABB for the press retrofit, as confirmed by Jeremy L Halbreich, chairman and CEO of Aim Media Texas, "We selected ABB for this critical task due to their reputation for quality work and performance, impeccable customer service and support, and the relationship we have developed over many years with their key personnel."

In common with the owners of many presses of this generation, AIM Media has been confronted with increasing problems with obsolete systems and major issues with the availability of spare parts. "This is where an ABB press controls retrofit makes such a big difference," says Jeff Gelfand, ABB Printing's sales director for North America, adding "The retrofit will mean not only that there will be brand new state-of-the-art control systems on the press, but with ABB's spare parts policy and life cycle management, we can give a 15-year assurance against obsolescence." The McAllen presses are in intensive use every day, so the retrofitting of the press controls has to be done without interrupting the daily production. "A technical challenge, but one that we have mastered many times by using the right solutions and careful planning," states Gelfand. The scope of the press retrofit includes: new press controls, based on ABB's industry standard AC500 PLC system that is available worldwide.

Making quality leap with
the installation of QuadTech's AccuCam

Brand owners take notice as newspaper printer reaches the quality standards of glossy magazines with revolutionary press control system.

QuadTech's AccuCam system operating on a moving web on a manroland COLORMAN XXL at Newsprinters Knowsley
The Knowsley plant of Newsprinters, the UK printing operation of News International, has achieved significant quality, productivity and cost-control improvements after installing QuadTech's AccuCam system on all 25 towers at the plant. Offering automated colour control, web inspection and damp control, the system has been integrated into the plant's five manroland COLORMAN XXL presses. Using spectral data and correcting colour deviations at speed, QuadTech's Color Control and Web Inspection System with AccuCam is enabling Newsprinters to eliminate waste and the occurrence of a host of defects, including scumming, creasing, transposed plates, plate crack-outs, and tramlines.

The Knowsley plant of Newsprinters produces over 12 million newspapers per week for northern England, Wales and the Scottish Borders with daily and weekly national titles including News International's own Sun, Sun on Sunday, The Times and Sunday Times and as well as the Daily Telegraph, the Sunday Telegraph, the Financial Times and the Times Literary Supplement.

Prakash Webtech marks effective
participation at CHINA PRINT 2013

-receives good amount of leads for their products being operator friendly, less capital intensive, high quality, with feature of smaller footprint enabling to save more than forty percent space of the print centre.

Continuing on the success of PrintPack India 2013, Prakash Webtech Pvt Ltd - an ISO 9001:2008 certified web press manufacturer based in Faridabad, operating with adequate strengths to offer suitable printing machines for newspapers, books and semi commercial printers - made an impressive entry in China Print 2013 held in Beijing during May 14-18. The company was amongst very few Indian press manufacturers having a presence at the show as an exhibitor.

"China market still offers good opportunities for us as there is tremendous investment going on in print sector. China print was much bigger than expected and visitor turnout was quite impressive. There were high quality visitors from all over the world, which made us even more happy. People really appreciated our products for being operator friendly, less capital intensive, high quality, apart from the feature of smaller footprint enabling to save more than forty percent space of the print centre. Resultantly, along with many agents' inquiries, we received good amount of leads during the show," conveyed Saurabh Gupta, director, Prakash Webtech Pvt Ltd.

Robust construction, precision engineering and quality components differentiate Prakash presses from others in its class. They provide an unequalled combination of highest print quality and cost-effective operation, enhancing competencies through machines and innovative technologies including 4 high towers, mono units, three-colour satellites, and folders. Besides, their three-colour satellite (to print 3+0, 2+1) press comprises of three printing couples surrounding a common impression cylinder which facilitates three colour printing. Prakash Mono Unit (to print 1+1) is available with inbuilt reel stand for minimum web travel and gives excellent print quality. Their folders can produce broad sheet and tabloid newspapers with optional attachments for magazines/quarter fold and double parallel/direct fold (with cross slitting/perforation) for book production. These machines can perform with speed from 16,000 cph to 36,000 cph.

Adapting newspaper production
to changing market conditions

Fairfax Media relies on manroland web systems
for a pioneering restructuring project

The pressupdate programme from manroland web systems opens up a wide range of production options.
Fairfax Media Limited chose manroland web systems to make its newspaper production fit for the future. The company's sites in Chullora/Sydney and Tullamarine/Melbourne are scheduled to close in June 2014. The production of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, and The Australian Financial Review will be transferred to the new sites in Ballarat, West of Melbourne, and North Richmond, North of Sydney.

Both sites are already equipped with manroland UNISET presses. To provide the necessary capacity and technology for the increased production volume, four manroland GEOMAN printing towers and one folder from Melbourne will be added to the North Richmond site. One of the GEOMAN towers will be combined with the UNISET through a specially designed turner bar system to achieve a greater page output. The manroland UNISET in Ballarat will be complemented by a new reel splicer and a new printing tower. Another manroland GEOMAN tower in Melbourne will be converted for heatset production and added to the Ballarat installation. Additionally, manroland web systems is going to deliver a new dryer, chill rollers, a turning bar unit, and a folder with superstructure for the production of both newspapers and commercial products. The heatset web can run through one of the UNISET folders for mixed heatset and coldset production. An additional quarter fold has been ordered to optimize heatset production at Fairfax Media.

The specially designed turning unit on the heatset GEOMAN will give the press variable web width capability to create a new, special look: so-called 'square tabs', i.e. tabloid papers in variable square formats. As part of the relocation project, a complete manroland GEOMAN will move from Melbourne to Fairfax Media's Auckland/New Zealand site, together with an upgraded folder and superstructure from Sydney.

New ProImage receives more orders from India
Three leading newspapers rely on ProImage solutions While The Hindu and Malayala Manorama both opted ProImage Press Register solution, Ananda Bazar Patrika preferred to install NewsWay workflow management as well as systems integration software along with ProImage Press Register solution for maximising productivity and the quality.

New ProImage Limited has recently announced that Ananda Bazar Patrika (ABP), a Bengali language daily newspaper in India, with a circulation of 1.28 million copies, has implemented a ProImage NewsWay print production workflow management system to manage the throughput of its approximately 250 pages a day.

"In addition to workflow management the NewsWay system provides interfacing and excellent communication between prepress, Krause CTP, the ABB press console for soft proofing, ABB MPS for cut-off register control and ink value. It maximizes productivity and the quality produced by our Wifag OF 70 S press," commented Snehasis Roy, associate vice president, technical, ABP Pvt Ltd.

ABP Pvt Ltd has also ordered ProImage Press Register, to be installed soon. Besides, The Hindu, one of the major English language newspapers, and Malayala Manorama, the leading Malayala language newspaper in the country both have also installed ProImage Press Register. An innovative software solution, ProImage Press Register corrects mis-registration on a printing press without the need to physically touch the press. Therefore near perfect colour quality can be easily and cost-effectively achieved with even the older printing presses.

Yasmin Namini to succeed
Ravi Dhariwal as INMA president

Senior vice president/chief consumer officer of The New York Times in the United States, Yasmin Namini has been elected new president of The International News Media Association (INMA) for 2013-2015 at its annual business meeting during the INMA World Congress in New York. Meantime, The Times of India CEO Ravi Dhariwal stepped down as INMA president and serves on the board of directors as immediate past president the next two years.

Namini joined The New York Times in 1984 in the circulation department and held positions of increasing responsibility culminating in her being named vice president, circulation marketing in 1999. She then held senior circulation, consumer marketing, and customer-focused roles with the Boston Globe and New England Marketing Group from 2000 to 2006. Since returning to The New York Times seven years ago, Namini has been in senior vice president roles for circulation, marketing, and reader applications. In her current role as chief consumer officer, Namini leads The Times' growing digital and print subscription business and oversees marketing of The Times brand across print, web, and a growing variety of mobile platforms. She has served on the INMA board of directors since 2002.

Bilingual news publisher in
Thailand relies on ppi Media solutions

The Post Publishing Public Company Ltd in Bangkok, Thailand, recently commissioned ppi Media to provide a solution which encompasses the editorial workflow in a multimedia environment for Thai and English language publications, and the print workflow, which encompasses its newspaper planning, classified pagination and page assembly solutions, and a solution for booking and reserving ads for print, web, radio and TV products.

Tamil daily Dina Thanthi's owner passes away

B Sivanthi Adityan

B Sivanthi Adityan
B Sivanthi Adityan was the owner of popular Tamil daily Dina Thanthi. He passed away on April 19, 2013. He was 76. He is survived by his wife, a son and a daughter. Younger son of SB Adityan, a barrister-turned newspaper baron and politician, Sivanthi Adityan became the speaker of Tamil Nadu Assembly. Dina Thanthi was started in 1949.

Sivanthi Adityan was given charge of the organisation in 1959. Before becoming director, he went through a practical training in all the production departments and as a sub-editor. Young Sivanthi made his mark in newspaper, education, sports and philanthropy excelling in all of them as he grew up.

Newspaper: When he took over from his father, Dina Thanthi was published from Chennai, Madurai and Tiruchi. Now the daily comes out from 15 different centres. Adding value addition like supplements on different subjects and making the news in an interesting and catchy way, the paper became popular with the working class and common man. He made it one of the largest circulated Tamil dailies.

Sports: He led the Indian team to Asian Olympics in Thailand in 1978 winning many gold and silver medals for India. He was the president of Indian Olympic Association and Volleyball Federation of India. The Sun Paper Mills owned by him has volleyball and kabaddi teams. He also constructed a state-of-the-art indoor volleyball stadium in Adithanar College, Tiruchendur. He himself was an expert shooter winning medals at state and national levels.

Education: He developed the college started by his father in Tiruchendur in down south into an autonomous university. Subsequently he started an engineering college, a college for women and colleges for physical education and pedagogy. He was a senate member in Madurai Kamaraj, Annamalai and Bharathidasan Universities. He was also a syndicate member in Madras University. Dina Thanthi was the first Tamil daily to give cash prizes to state level school examination toppers continuing till today.

Philanthropy: He was a philanthropist and funded the renovations of many temples. The 178 feet gopuram (stupa) of the temple in Tenkasi is standing tall as a landmark of the city in south.

Padmashree and honorary doctorate awardee: For his services in newspaper and education, he was awarded an honorary doctorate by Madurai Kamaraj University in 1994. He was awarded Padmashree in 2008.

He was also associated with various industrial establishments. He is remembered for his services as vice president, Sports Development Authority of Tamil Nadu. Sivanthi Adityan did his schooling in Ramakrishna Mission School and graduation at Presidency College, Madras. He shunned politics.

In his demise, the south has lost a multi-faceted personality with commitment. Let his soul rest in peace.

–D Ramalingam

Truckloads of relief material sent
to migrants of village Suchetgarh, Balankota,
Sujwan and Riasi City in J&K

Vijay Kumar Chopra, CMD and chief editor, Punjab Kesari Group flagged off 338th truck of relief material to the migrants of village Suchetgarh. On the occasion persons present included: Darshan Arora, Amarinder Puri, Alok Mukhija, Harpreet Singh Preet, Shanti Parkash Chhabra, Lalit Sharma, Arun Kumar, Lucky, Jatinder Kumar, MD Sabharwal, vice governor Paramjit Singh Chawla and Lion JB Singh Chaudhary.

Vijay Kumar Chopra, CMD and chief editor, Punjab Kesari Group flagged off 340th truck of relief material donated by the donors of Firozpur to the migrants of village Balankota. On the occasion persons present included: Varinder Chopra, Abhishek Chopra, Vishal Gumbar, Satvir Dhaka and Lion JB Singh Chaudhary.

Vijay Kumar Chopra, CMD and chief editor, Punjab Kesari Group recently flagged off 341st truck of relief material sent by The Leena Grover Trust, Kapurthala for distribution to the migrants of border village Sujwan of Samba Sector in J&K. During the occasion some eminent persons present included: Dharampal Grover, Anu Grover, Bhagwan Dass Grover, Om Prakash Grover, Kapil Grover, Karan Grover, Deepak Grover, Kamal Grover, Manju Grover, Isha Grover, Mahinder Pal Grover, Laxmi Devi Grover, Dharampal Bhagat, Narayan Dass Arora, Gulshan Kalra, Santosh Kalra, Sanyam, Malika, 1008 Mahant Anant Das Ji Maharajh, Surinder Billa, Neetu Khullar, Anil Gupta, Prince Grover and Lion JB Singh Chaudhary.

Vijay Kumar Chopra, CMD and chief editor of Punjab Kesari Group recently flagged off the 343rd truck of relief material sent by Sanjeev Saini, chairman, Blooming Budds School, Moga for distribution to the migrants of Riasi City in J&K. At the occasion Sanjeev Saini along with his wife Kamal Saini and others including Pawan Grover – a press representative, Vikas Sahni, Dr DS Kalra and Lion JB Singh Chaudhary were also present.


WoodWing reinforces its global network
of partners for MCP and DAM

During the three-day Partner Summit, held recently in The Netherlands, and attended by nearly 200 participants from all over the world, WoodWing Software introduced a major update of its global partner programme. With this new arrangement, WoodWing strengthens its network of certified solution partners, further increasing customer intimacy and quality of service. Elvis DAM, WoodWing's next-generation digital asset management (DAM) solution, also benefits from the strong partner network. With the acquisition of Elvis DAM by WoodWing in October last year, the number of partners authorized to sell Elvis has increased from 25 to 90, covering more than 100 countries.

Since its founding in 2000, WoodWing Software has relied on a rapidly expanding network of professional authorized Solution Partners to sell, implement and support its solutions for multi-channel publishing (MCP) and digital asset management. The company has added two new partner qualification levels – platinum and diamond – on top of the existing silver and gold levels.

Joining forces!

Karl Fritchen, QuadTech president with David Kane, Ferag sales executive and David Mitchell, QuadTech sales manager, Asia-Pacific.
One of the worldwide leaders in press control technology including colour measurement, register, inspection and data management products, QuadTech Inc has recently appointed Ferag Australia Pty Ltd as its sales and service agent in Australia and New Zealand. Ferag Australia has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, and representation in New Zealand. As per QuadTech president Karl Fritchen, "Ferag Australia has been a vital presence in Australia and New Zealand for over a quarter of a century. Their commitment to service and provision of state-of-the-art technology makes them an excellent match for us."

NELA further strengthens its position
-gets exclusive right to use the technical
know-how of insolvent Barenschee Systemtechnik GmbH

In order to further strengthen its operation in the newspaper industry, NELA Brüder Neumeister GmbH assumed all worldwide technical maintenance and service activities for Barenschee Systemtechnik GmbH. The deal ensures that Barenschee customers have access to service immediately after the company closure on April 30, 2013. While NELA's business activities include the newspaper, commercial web and sheet-fed printing industries, Barenschee had mainly focused on newspapers, concentrating on central Europe, England, and the Commonwealth. For NELA, the current tendency towards concentration is an economically inevitable result of the overall consolidation process among suppliers of the printing industry.

"This is the chance for our new customers to profit from our reliable service offers for their existing equipment, and to also receive system upgrades and extensions. The know-how of our experienced technicians and the size of our international service groups, together with the right to access engineering drawings and software databases, are the key for successful partnerships," commented NELA's president Frank Neumeister.

Notably, in the last months, Barenschee suffered considerably from the recessive developments in the printing industry. A change in ownership and management two years ago did also not help to sustainably improve the company's situation. Now, the company had to file for bankruptcy effective April 30, 2013. Resultantly, it is significant for the highly sensitive newspaper industry that a solution was found that guarantees high-quality service for the around 250 Barenschee installations worldwide immediately after effectiveness of the bankruptcy, i.e. from May 2, 2013. As a sign of continuity, Barenschee's former service manager, Detlef Brandes, will become a part of NELA's service team as project manager system integration.

Najam Sethi appointed as
caretaker CM of Punjab, Pakistan

Najam Sethi, chairman, Pakistan Publishers & Booksellers Association and secretary general, Lahore International Book Fair Trust has been appointed as Caretaker Chief Minister of Punjab province, Pakistan. He is one of the renowned senior journalists of Pakistan and former editor of Daily Times. His new role as caretaker CM of the region will boost book trade in Pakistan as well as India.

Opting again wide-web Goss Sunday press

Mauricio Guerra, Rotaweb; Graham Trevett, Goss International; Armando Prida, Magno Graf; Leonard Clavijo, Goss International and Sergio Villanueva, Magno Graf.
After successful installation of a 64-page Sunday 4000 web press in 2011, Litografia Magno Graf chose to add a new 32-page Sunday 3000 system at its facility in Puebla, Mexico. The new four-unit press with a 2x8 cylinder configuration and a 75-inch web width will be capable of printing more than three million magazine-size pages per hour. Magno Graf produces a wide range of books, magazines, catalogues and commercial products for customers throughout Mexico. The company has been an innovative leader in the graphic arts industry in Mexico for 42 years.

Goss International will equip the Sunday 3000 press at Magno Graf with a Contiweb FD paster, Ecosetdryer and QPL semi-automatic plate changing. Pinless Goss combination and former folders will allow Magno Graf to optimize product format and pagination options. The 32-page press format and the former folder, for example, will allow two 16-page signatures to be produced simultaneously at a combined rate of 200,000 signatures per hour.

"We were able to break out beyond traditional 16-page web offset production, differentiate ourselves from competitors, and grow our business considerably with the addition of the 64-page Goss press," explains Magno Graf general director Sergio Villanueva. "A second wide-web Sunday press will allow us to continue this progress, being the best option for us, based on productivity, makeready speed, low waste and compatibility with our existing 64-page press."

Pack Print International 2013 Bangkok
Reinventing critical printing, packaging and other options within Asia

The 4th International Packaging and Printing Exhibition for Asia (PPI 2013) will be staged from August 28-31, 2013 at Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre (BITEC), Thailand participating close to 250 prominent exhibitors. This Southeast Asia's premier trade event for the global packaging and printing industry returns to bring forward the market trend setters capable of capturing imminent market needs.

With the latest technology, pioneering innovations and timely product offerings to an expected crowd of 20,000 visitors, PPI 2013 is jointly organising by Messe Düsseldorf Asia (MDA), The Thai Packaging Association and The Thai Printing Association. Gernot Ringling, MD, MDA remarked, "Given the pressing market demands for higher productivity, value efficiency in printing services and unique packaging delivery, PPI provides the right avenue for industry decision makers to assess their company's immediate business needs. We have gathered the world's best market leaders who front the best technologies that meet the industry's current expectations at the trade exhibition in Asia."

New floor plan: PPI 2013 has expanded its trade floor by over 20 percent, signaling Thailand's position as Southeast Asia's integrated packaging and printing hub.

Prominent participants: PPI's strength in attracting global industry leaders is further amplified with the participation of Hewlett-Packard (Asia Pacific) and FUJIFILM (Thailand) Ltd which will be exhibiting alongside other major global brands. In fact, PPI 2013 is a choice platform for showcasing new inventions, applications and technologies for the printing and packaging sectors. Companies can look forward to obtaining practical insights on current trends that would inspire them.

Visitors interested in attending Pack Print International 2013 should pre-register at early to avoid disappointment.

For more information on Pack Print International 2013 and space bookings, visit

Goss International to undergo transformation

Now Goss International will focus on continuing to serve existing customers and growing market share in the company's core markets, while expanding into new, neighboring product markets where it has a technological competitive advantage. Rick Nichols, president and CEO of Goss International recently announced a transformation of Goss' business and a reorganization of the company.

"Today, customers tell us they need a focus on simple, easy to use and cost effective technology supported by world class aftermarket services. Goss continues to manufacture the highest quality print machinery, but I believe that where and how quickly customers can access service and support is now more important than where products are manufactured," conveyed Nichols.

"We also recognize that our environment for doing business has fundamentally changed. The markets to drive our future growth and profitability are shifting. We have decades of offset printing expertise. That gives us a significant advantage not just in our core newspaper and commercial printing sectors, but in other industries like packaging and emerging printing industries as well. Together, these are the reasons why we are transforming as a company," he said.

Nine months after his appointment, Nichols confirmed that Goss is making three key changes to the way it does business to achieve this. Firstly, the company's organizational structure will be simplified in recognition of the changing needs of its customers. Goss will be organized around regional parts, service and support centers for customers. Secondly, as part of the change in the organizational structure, Goss will bring its existing operations in Europe in line with this new structure to become one unified, pan-continental sales and service organization. Regrettably, despite Goss' significant historical support and investment in its French subsidiary, Goss International France, that business has become financially untenable and unsustainable. Notably, Goss International France has entered insolvency proceedings via a judicial reorganization process. Goss International Corporation and its subsidiaries outside France are not affected by this procedure and continue to operate as normal, while strong support has been put in place for customer orders already in motion in France. Thirdly, Goss will continue to diversify its product portfolio to drive revenues in markets where the company's technology and engineering expertise give it a competitive edge. Goss has already made significant inroads into the multi-billion dollar packaging market and will continue to target growth in this industry. The company will also examine other industries where it has an inbuilt competitive edge thanks to its technological expertise.

"Packaging is an attractive industry where Goss' technology gives it a competitive advantage," continued Nichols. "I'm pleased that we've already made inroads into this market with our Vpak products, but we will be expanding more aggressively in this sector as well as researching and entering other new markets where we hold a competitive advantage. This transformation of the company and refocus on growth is critical for the future of our business. Goss has been through a decade of change, but we are near the end of that period. We have had to take some very difficult decisions but these were absolutely necessary in light of the facts. Goss has a bright future ahead of it and I look forward to continuing to lead the company toward sustainable growth," he said.

New Fiery production and
proofing software launched

One of the world leaders in customer-focused printing and packaging industry innovation, EFI recently launched of Fiery XF Version 5, a flexible and scalable high-speed digital front end and colour management workflow for wide to superwide format production and proofing. Available now, the latest Fiery wide format software helps print service providers easily achieve precise, predictable high-quality prints while streamlining production workflows. This new Fiery software version also enables seamless workflow integration with VUTEk and EFI Wide-Format printers, as well as with EFI MIS/ERP systems.

New offering from GMG

One of the leading developers of high-end colour management and proofing solutions, GMG recently released GMG ColorServer 4.8, an updated version of its popular colour management software. GMG ColorServer delivers consistent and repeatable colour results to all output processes—offset, gravure, and digital print as well as online digital displays. It automates the transformation of RGB, CMYK, spot colours and mixed data to a standard, definable output colour space. With GMG ColorServer, data from different sources will behave identically on the press. The result is a marked reduction in makeready times and paper waste. New features of the solution include adjusting data to match proofs to actual production stock, and printing directly to a Windows printer from a PDF file hot folder, etc.

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