Manroland showcases the power of digital finishing

By 03 May 2017

On 2 May 2017, a delegation of printers and publishers from Mumbai attended the Manroland roadshow at Jade Garden Hotel to discuss the digital finishing solutions powered by Manroland Web Systems.

Sudeep Bhattacharjee, managing director at Manroland India

Sudeep Bhattacharjee, managing director at Manroland India, said, “Today, we are here to talk about digital. We would like to have our product in front of you along with Kodak. Kodak will be talking about the print engine and we will talk about the finishing segment.”

Independent publishing consultant Subhasis Ganguli, said, “We are here to understand the customer requirement. This is to establish the digital market and to re-emphasise that digital printing is not here to compete with the offset.”

Rodd Harrison of Kodak (Singapore)

Talking about digital, Rodd Harrison, sales and marketing director, enterprise inkjet systems, Asia Pacific Region at Kodak (Singapore), said, “We never profess that digital is going to replace offset.”

Alwin Stadler of Manroland during his presentation

Alwin Stadler, vice-president digital solutions at Manroland Web Systems, in his presentation, spoke about the digital finishing solutions offered by Manroland and how it can benefit the printers.

The second roadshow will be held on 4 May in Bengaluru, a continuous effort by Manroland to develop the understanding of digital printing and finishing in India and to extend its position base in the digital segment.

The Manroland FormerLine is the perfect solution for the publishing need. Web width is available with 20-inch, 30-inch and 42-inch and can handle 45-150 gsm paper. This is the biggest range and fastest engine of its kind.



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