Coldset Printing Partners plan massive retrofit
Coldset Printing Partners ordered two new “double-width KBA Cortina” presses and a comprehensive retrofit program for its existing KBA Commander line. The retrofits are planned to go live at the CPP print center in Paal-Beringen, Belgium sometime within 2018 to 2019.
“It was especially important for us, that we can obtain everything we need from a single source,” Paul Huybrechts, CPP managing director said. “The biggest challenge will be to coordinate the extensive retrofit measures perfectly with the installation of the new presses. But given our longstanding partnership, we are convinced that Koenig & Bauer will accomplish this task in admirable fashion,”
This is be the first of six retrofits planned.
Meantime, Reiner Haseloff started up the new line of KBA Commander CL newspresses at Mitteldeutsche Zeitung, a member of the DuMont media group.
“Long-term studies have shown that people view daily newspapers as the most credible of all media. They are seen as particularly discerning, competent, objective and critical,” Reiner Haseloff said.
Prime Minister Reiner Haseloff and Bernd Preuße, managing director DuMont Druck, press the start button to bring the new Commander CL on stream.