EVOLUTION delivers increased profits

Offenbach December 20, 2016.

Flexibility is the key

The ROLAND 700 EVOLUTION is proving to be the new standard in offset print technology. The latest offering from Manroland Sheetfed, launched in 2014, is also delivering significant profitability increases for printers in key packaging and commercial print markets in Europe, Asia, Australasia and the Americas.

The ROLAND 700 EVOLUTION combines the advantages of Manroland's unique DirectDriveR technology with other key innovations to deliver unprecedented levels of flexibility, which is translating into increased profits for printers.

Leading Austrian print house Samson Druck GmbH installed the very first ROLAND 700 EVOLUTION back in 2014 and saw profitability increase almost immediately.

The company has subsequently seen profits increase still further with the installation of its second 10-colour ROLAND 700 EVOLUTION. Other printers around the world are reporting similar benefits.

Commenting on the benefits to his company, Samson Druck owner, Gerhard Aichorn, said:

“Ever more complex customer needs demand that we invest in the most advanced technology. With ROLAND 700 EVOLUTION we get not only high quality and speed, but much increased efficiency as well. This enables us to earn more money from our entire operation.....flexibility is the key and that is what the ROLAND 700 EVOLUTION gives us”

Mr. Gerhard Aichhorn, owner of Samson Druck and Ms. Lisa Aichhorn with the first ROLAND 700 EVOLUTION.

To learn how the ROLAND 700 EVOLUTION can increase your profitability, email evolution@manrolandsheetfed.com or contact your local office

About Manroland Sheetfed

Manroland Sheetfed GmbH is a leading German producer of sheetfed offset litho printing presses. Founded in 1871, the company is one of the oldest producers of printing presses in the world. Today the company has subsidiaries in over 40 countries and is a global watchword for supreme quality and reliability. Manroland Sheetfed GmbH is a wholly owned subsidiary of the privately owned UK engineering group, Langley Holdings plc.