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WEILBURGER Grafik-Polska Sp. z o.o. celebrates 10th anniversary

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Submitted by Admin on Thu, 2010-09-23 18:01.
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WEILBURGER Grafik-Polska Sp. z o.o. celebrates 10th anniversary

Poznan, 23rd September 2010 – The anniversary year of WEILBURGER Grafik-Polska is another milestone in the ten year old company history. In April 2010 the subsidiary company of WEILBURGER Graphics GmbH in Gerhardshofen moved into a new corporate building on the outskirts of Poznan with a large office space of 250 m2 as well as a 1.000 m2 big warehouse.

The success story began in the year 2000, when Josef Kurzok founded the company as a “one-man show” and managed it with great support of Marian Schwark. The high product quality of WEILBURGER Graphics in association with the technical know-how and the respective knowledge of the Polish market of Josef Kurzok proved to be an excellent combination so that the success soon followed. In the following years the turnover as well as the number of employees of the Polish selling agency increased continuously. Already in 2002 the first relocation into a bigger company building on the premises of BSC took place. Regular events throughout Poland – among other things the organization of the first varnish seminar in Szczecin at the end of 2006 as well as the realization of a seminar in Warsaw concerning “brand protection” at the end of 2009 – popularized the name WEILBURGER Grafik-Polska even further.

Ipex 2010 - PRINT IS BACK IN BUSINESS

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Submitted by Admin on Mon, 2010-06-28 12:25.


  • Ipex 2010 sparks new wave of industry optimism
  • Tens of millions of pounds invested
Professor Frank Romano, international analyst and Ipex ‘Champion in Print’ best summed up the mood of exhibitors and visitors when he declared that “Ipex 2010 has demonstrated that the printing industry is back in business”.

With one day of Ipex 2010 to go visitor attendance stood at just under 50,000 from 135 countries, excluding over 20,000 exhibitor, agents, dealers, distributor, OEM’s and 500 international media personnel. Most significantly, the international ratio has increased by 8% compared to 2006, with the overall visitor attendance representing 48%. This makes Ipex more international than any other business to business event in the UK.

WEILBURGER Graphics reinforces export business

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Submitted by Admin on Wed, 2010-04-21 18:48.
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WEILBURGER Graphics reinforces export business
New branch in Spain and new sales office in the emirate Sharjah

Gerhardshofen, April 21st 2010 – WEILBURGER Graphics GmbH with ancestral seat in Gerhardshofen concentrates increasingly on the extension of its export business. Current success stories are both a new company foundation in Spain and a new sales office of the long-term export partner Anoop Plastic Products in the gulf region.
   
WEILBURGER Graphics Iberia S.L.
Already on 1. January 2010 the company WEILBURGER Graphics Iberia S.L. in the Spanish region Comunidad Valenciana was set up. The company WEILBURGER Graphics Iberia is a new member of the GREBE Group and cooperates directly with the manufacturer of coating systems WEILBURGER Graphics GmbH.

Productivity, Efficiency & Standardisation: PrintCity Alliance LEAN theme at Ipex

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Submitted by Admin on Wed, 2010-04-14 11:37.

LEAN manufacturing achieves less waste across the entire value chain reducing total cost. Any waste reduction also has a direct environmental benefit. This is an area of PrintCity Alliance work since 2004, where members have taken a leading role in process knowledge sharing.

PrintCity Alliance members Leonhard Kurz, manroland, MEGTEC, Merck, Océ, Sappi, Tolerans, UPM and Weilburger Graphics are exhibiting at Ipex 2010, focusing on three leading ‘themes’ PRINT: LEAN.GREEN.SEEN.


Of the three PrintCity Alliance hot topics ‘LEAN’ is possibly the most important one to offer printers & packagers the route to reduced costs and improved profitability.

Environmental Impact: PrintCity Alliance GREEN theme at Ipex

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Submitted by Admin on Tue, 2010-04-06 10:43.

The PrintCity Alliance is focusing on three industry leading themes at Ipex 2010: PRINT: LEAN.GREEN.SEEN.

PrintCity Alliance members Leonhard Kurz, manroland, MEGTEC, Merck, Océ, Sappi, Tolerans, UPM and WEILBURGER Graphics are exhibiting at Ipex 2010, focusing on three leading ‘themes’ PRINT: LEAN.GREEN.SEEN. 
 
Of these three hot topics, ‘GREEN’ is possibly the issue most talked about, but least fully understood by many in our industry. Since 2008 the PrintCity Alliance has taken a leading role in knowledge sharing in this important area, and our members plan to continue to do so.

Environmental Impact – GREEN

GREEN is concerned with Environmental Impact and is inter-connected with Lean Manufacturing, both of which can deliver cost savings and business growth opportunities. In our latest project in this area, PrintCity members have been working since 2009 on a new Carbon Footprint & Energy Efficiency study, which will be published in autumn 2010.

The transition from a carbon-intense to a low-carbon and more sustainable society will be one of the single most important drivers of the first half of the 21st century for every business and inhabitant of the planet. Climatic and other environmental issues will have an accelerating impact across the entire value chain of publishers, advertisers, packagers, printers and their suppliers.

Value Added Printing & Packaging: PrintCity Alliance SEEN theme at Ipex

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Submitted by Admin on Wed, 2010-03-17 23:26.
PrintCity's three leading ‘themes’ for IPEX - PRINT: LEAN.GREEN.SEEN.

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PrintCity Alliance members Leonhard Kurz, manroland, MEGTEC, Merck, Océ, Sappi, Tolerans, UPM and Weilburger Graphics are exhibiting at Ipex 2010, focusing on three leading ‘themes’ PRINT: LEAN.GREEN.SEEN. 
 
Of these industry hot topics, ‘SEEN’ is possibly the most interesting opportunity for new business growth in printing, allowing visual, touch, aroma and electronic interaction with consumers, to drive product differentiation, increased business and hence profitability.
 

Value Added Printing & Packaging – SEEN
SEEN
is actually far more than just visual printing techniques ‘seen’ by consumers. 

The PrintCity Alliance joins Ipex to create a major visitor attraction

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Submitted by Admin on Tue, 2010-02-09 20:39.
Rainer Kuhn, Managing Director of PrintCity

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The PrintCity Alliance has decided to have a strong presence at Ipex 2010 for a grouping of its members to exhibit together in a prominent position in hall 17.
 
Participating PrintCity Alliance members are: Leonhard Kurz, manroland, MEGTEC, Merck, Océ, Sappi, Tolerans, UPM and Weilburger Graphics.
 
PrintCity was the second most popular attraction encouraging visitor pre-registration for Ipex 2006 and is likely to draw significant visitor interest at the next Ipex, running May 18-25, 2010 at the NEC, Birmingham, UK.
 
The development of plans for the PrintCity Alliance member’s area at Ipex has already begun for stand 17-D921, including a totally new concept involving shared member facilities & discussion areas. This will attract and benefit all Ipex visitors and provide a ‘must see’ location for the sharing of knowledge on high profile market & technology subjects.
 
Ipex visitors will benefit from the ever stronger “Connection of Competence” offered by PrintCity Alliance members working together and offering:

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Submitted by Admin on Mon, 2009-10-26 14:24.
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SENOLITH® UV FP lacquers by WEILBURGER Graphics - now even safer to use

Gerhardshofen, 26 October 2009  – In order to make UV lacquers even safer for use in production for the food industry, as of now WEILBURGER Graphics GmbH is colouring them with a special green dye that is safe for food packaging. This also sets the varnishes in the SENOLITH® UV FP series by WEILBURGER Graphics apart for production staff in the print room, and makes it easier for them to distinguish between them. It rules out any risk of confusion with varnishes that are not suitable for food use.

The PrintCity Alliance is working on a new initiative to research Carbon Footprint & Energy Efficiency

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Submitted by Admin on Wed, 2009-10-14 19:03.
The PrintCity Alliance is working on a new initiative to research Carbon Footprint & Energy Efficiency in the printing & packaging industry. | Photo: UPM

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The PrintCity Alliance is working on a new initiative to research Carbon Footprint & Energy Efficiency in the printing & packaging industry. The objective is to analyse and give guidance on how to measure and use Carbon Footprints, as a catalyst for improved process efficiency & environmental performance.
 
PrintCity will network with other organisations at the European level, inviting them to contribute to and review this important research. Our objective is to help harmonise and improve how our industry understands and utilises Carbon Footprints.
 
PrintCity members involved are: manroland, UPM, Sun Chemical, Kurz, Trelleborg, Sappi, Faist, MKW and M-real, plus project partner Kodak.

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Submitted by Admin on Mon, 2009-10-05 16:20.
PRINTplusX London Workshop September 2009
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The PrintCity Alliance in partnership with PrintWeek completed a successful PRINTplusX Workshop in London during September, highlighting a golden opportunity for Value Added Printing, with a range of printer, designer and brand owner focused speakers.
 
“The day was a roaring success with us being presented to by a really good mix of people and companies within the sector. They all had excellent and inspiring views in adding value to creative, print and business models. The day was extremely well organised and I must say that it’s been some time since I have got as much out of a workshop. In particular the brainstorming was taxing but fun and, we managed to create some really interesting ideas. I look forward to attending another successful day in the future,” commented Helen Castledine, Creative Director of Greens, High Wycombe.
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