In­dian paper or­ders a Cro­mo­man 4-1

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Man­roland has sold a three tower Cro­mo­man 4- 1 press to Bar­ta­man, based in Kolkata and one of the lead­ing Ben­gali lan­guage news­pa­pers com­ing out of the east­ern part of In­dia. The press is the sec­ond Cro­mo­man 4-1 to be in­stalled in east­ern In­dia, ac­cord­ing to man­roland.

Apart from the Kolkata edi­tion, the paper has three edi­tions pub­lished daily from three ma­jor towns of West Ben­gal, Silig­uri, Bur­d­wan and Midnapore.

The Cro­mo­man is a 3-tower 4-1 press that can cater to av­er­age run length be­tween 250,000- 400,000 copies per night.

"This deal is very im­por­tant for man­roland web sys­tems as it sig­nals the en­try of the Augs­burg-based be­he­moth into the flour­ish­ing In­dian lan­guage news­pa­per mar­ket," said Sudeep Bhat­tachar­jee, of man­roland In­dia. "The In­dian lan­guage news­pa­per mar­ket is grow­ing at a CAGR of more than 8 per­cent. To­day 9 out of 10 top dailies in In­dia are play­ers in the re­gional space," he says.

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