With the launch of the Gallus DCS 340 digital press for label printing, Heidelberg is opening up new arenas in printing.
“Heidelberg is well on the way to achieving its targets for the year,” said CFO and Deputy CEO Dirk Kaliebe.
At GRAPH EXPO 15, Education Main Street will showcase The Hiring Hub: Closing the Skills Gap.
The recipients of the 2015 InterTech Technology Awards have been announced by Printing Industries of America.
On request, Heidelberg now supplies all Linoprint CV/CP systems with the Prinect digital front end.
Siegfried Jaschinski has been selected by the Supervisory Board of Heidelberger Druckmaschinen (Heidelberg) as the board's new chairman. He succeeds Robert Koehler, who passed away on May 17, 2015.
Heidelberg's newest apprentices have been training in Germany for three years and are now heading to the United States to gain further experience. They will be training at Heidelberg's facility in Kennesaw, GA, and in the field.
When he heard the news that his in-plant was on the brink of being shut down, Danny Kirkland’s first emotion was shock. He was completely unaware that turnaround times were too slow. And because volume, revenue and sales were not being tracked, there was virtually no way to demonstrate the in-plant’s value.
Thirty years is a long time to keep a press running—even a Heidelberg. But over the past three decades, the folks at the Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) did their best to take care of their four-color Heidelberg MOVP perfector, even if it did cost them an average of $60,000 a year for repairs.