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The South Korean Hankyung Media Group, which prints "The Korea Economic Daily", is investing in a comprehensive newspaper printing project with manroland Goss. The long-established media company opted for the highest print quality, the fastest production speeds, and state-of-the-art automation.

Why is it a good idea to invest in modern newsprint equipment in times of digitization? There are several reasons, as shown by the  investment of the Offenburg publishing house reiff medien – who recently ordered a new COLORMAN e:line from manroland Goss. Print production today must meet demanding efficiency and sustainability requirements in order to survive in the media mix of the future. More than ever, printed news is expected to be as up-to-date as possible. Fully automated printing technology brings decisive advantages.

The new standard: Reducing CO2 emmisions, using less solvents and lowering power consumption. Effective environmental solutions and economical resource-saving printing are the most important factors in a modern packaging printing press.

After two successful press relocations for the Egyptian publishing and media group Nahdet Misr Publishing Group (Nahdet Misr), the bookprinting specialist is solidifying its relationship with manroland Goss in terms of maintenance and service.

Why is it profitable to rely on web offset technology in packaging printing? The challenges facing packaging printers are more demanding than ever:

The leading suppliers of control and measurement systems for web-offset printing presses, manroland Goss and QIPC-EAE, jointly announce their mutual settlement of certain disputed copyright infringement cases.

The media group Le Télégramme, based in Morlaix - Brittany (France), has decided in favour of the future-oriented technology of the COLORMAN e:line with its comprehensive automation equipment "autoprint" and placed an order with manroland Goss for two 64-page tabloid presses.

Clays Limited, the UK’s largest book manufacturer has ordered a manroland Goss LITHOMAN IV Book press for its facility in Bungay, Suffolk. The new press will be a coldset LITHOMAN press with the DynaChange zeromakeready
feature. The press can produce approximately 50m books per annum.

TBO Printing and Publishing S.C (TBO) in Addis Ababa celebrated the successful installation of the two manroland Goss CROMOMAN presses on May 31, 2021. The start-up of the fully installed ROTOMAN will follow shortly. The establishment of the first textbook production facility for East Africa is a very ambitious project for the country, wanting to utilize its own resources to meet the high demand for textbooks for a steadily growing number of young people. The Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Dr. Abiy Ahmed, is also expected to attend the opening ceremony.

In the financial year 2020, the Group generated sales of EUR 220 million and positive earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) of EUR 3.2 million (1.4%).