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New Issue of Heidelberg News - Surface Finishing: Small Difference, Big Impact

11/28/2011


It is not by chance that the term "differentiation," which derives from the natural world, has also come to be applied in the world of business. Survival and growth are key in both areas. Those who succeed in setting themselves apart from the competition undoubtedly improve their chances of survival.

The latest issue of the customer magazine published by Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) shows that this "survival of the fittest" mentality also applies to the printing industry. Heidelberg News trains the spotlight on Pinsker Druck und Medien GmbH to show how a family is using exceptional print products to transform their long-standing commercial printing business into one of the most successful print shops in southern Germany. Daniela and Robert Klampfer, a husband and wife team from Austria, describe how a Heidelberg consulting project helped merge two faltering print shops to form the Klampfer Group, which is now bucking the general market trend to record growth. And Paul van Marle from the Netherlands explains how his company Grafische Bedrijven is using a new Speedmaster SM 52 Anicolor UV press to attract new customers - in the commercial printing sector and beyond.

The magazine also gives an insight into the highly efficient finishing options available with the Speedmaster XL 75 and XL 105 LPL and asks Saphira users on three continents what they think about Heidelberg consumables. It also focuses on "1-TAG" - a kind of combination lock comprising copper threads and a corresponding QR code that offers innovative protection against product piracy.
Last but not least, this issue of Heidelberg News also sheds light on the fascinating art of pop-up books and offers its own special treat - a printed LP above the image of a record player that looks deceptively real thanks to the special UV coating "Cristala".

Issue 272 of Heidelberg News is available now. Copies for your own use can be downloaded from www.heidelberg-news.com or requested by e-mailing Heidelberg.News@heidelberg.com or faxing +49 (0)62 21 - 92 - 50 42.


For further information, please contact:
Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG
Corporate Public Relations
Dirk Henrich
Phone: +49 (0)6221 92 5910
Fax: +49 (0)6221 92 5069
E-mail: dirk.henrich@heidelberg.com

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