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Interprint invests in a state-of-the-art, 2.20m wide 4-colour rotogravure printing machine to expand its printing capacities. Together with the necessary periphery, the total investment volume amounts to about six million euros. This investment allows one of the leading decorative paper printers for the derived timber product and furniture industries to achieve a production volume increase of four to five thousand tons of decorative paper per year.
“Our investment in the new printing press is another milestone for the company,” explained Interprint’s CEO Frank Schumacher. “We thus continue our dynamic growth and clearly confirm our commitment to the Arnsberg location.” For Holger Dzeia, CSO of the Interprint Group, the investment primarily means a competitive edge in terms of customer service. “We can meet our customers’ demands at an even higher level and set new quality standards with our products.”
The new printing machine will be put into operation in early summer of 2017. It will be the eighth rotogravure printing machine in the Arnsberg production department and overall the 25th printing machine of the Interprint Group. Interprint has worldwide nine production locations outside of Germany.