The first job off the machine was a prospectus for the mail-order firm Klingel, in a print run of 509,400 copies.
Isolde Adamietz, Head of Production at K-Mail Order, says: “We are very pleased with the results of the first offset job at Prinovis, and are very happy that our colleagues at Prinovis can now produce our communications even more flexibly and more closely aligned to our needs.”
Jörg Bothe, Head of Sales (CSO) at Prinovis, says: “We are delighted that our new machines have passed their acid test with this first offset project. We are now in a position to additionally use offset printing to produce products for our clients in varying print runs and the quality that is typical for Prinovis. This enables us to offer them more flexible, more diverse and faster solutions.”
Prinovis CEO Bertram Stausberg will officially inaugurate the two new offset machines in Dresden with customers on January 22.