PRINT CHINA 2011 will run from 9 till 13 April in Guangdong and there manroland is to showcase value adding solutions in technology and service, and also exhibit the very popular ROLAND 700 HiPrint. The manroland stand has an area of more than 1,100 square meters and is centrally located in Hall 3.
“Wisdom, Forward Looking, Success”: Under this motto manroland Greater China will present at Print China value adding technology that helps customers to grow their business and strengthen their long-term competitiveness. Against this background and in line with the demands of the marketplace, manroland is to focus on Value Added Printing (VAP) at the Print China trade show.
manroland: a powerful force in China
In the VAP Tunnel, manroland experts will explain customized practical solutions for publications, commercial, and packaging printing. Furthermore, manroland will show what Value Added Printing looks like with live demonstrations on a six-color ROLAND 700 HiPrint with an inline coating module and the ROLAND InlineInspector sheet inspection system. This 3B format press is very popular in China, as are the manroland large-format presses, and so a ROLAND 900, XXL printing unit will also be on display at the show. On the manroland stand, the printservices product range covering process analysis, training, maintenance, as well as spare and wear parts supply will be fully explained, and likewise the printcom portfolio of process-compliant system components.
manroland is an extremely strong brand name in China in webfed printing as well. The UNISET, in particular, is very much in demand, with a maximum speed of 80,000 copies per hour and as heatset-coldset combinations. Quality is also a very important factor here, as demonstrated by the recent sale of a ROTOMAN to premium magazine printer Toppan.
Océ and manroland
Océ and manroland AG will extend their global strategic alliance for the graphic arts industry into China. The companies will supply solutions that cover all of the manufacturing steps within the graphic arts industry by combining print data management and digital and offset printing as well as post processing.