Q.I. Press Controls included in biggest newspaper order

Oosterhout, December 2010 Q.I. Press Controls proudly announces and is honoured to obtain West Ferry Printers’ order to equip its new KBA Commander CT with Q.I. Press Controls’ colour register system mRC+ with registermarks, operating more accurate and durable than any other colour register system in the world. This large and unique order is going to be commissioned early 2012.

West Ferry Printers Ltd., London recently ordered a CT-Commander configuration, comprising a total of 22 4-high fullcolour printing towers, split up into four hybrid printing configurations with pasters, heatset dryers and folders. This immense order will incorporate 74 widely proven Q.I. Press Controls’ mRC+ scanning-cameras. So the complete colour and cut-off register on West Ferry Printers CT-Commander will rely on Q.I Press Controls’ latest technology in colour register science. mRC+ operates with micro marks; hardly visible for the human eye but ideal to guarantee the best possible highspeed printing and cutting register. Q.I. Press Controls’ systems will complete the CT-Commander highest automation level in hybrid quality printing.

Express Newspapers Group, is to move its subsidiary West Ferry Printers London from its Docklands, home of the past 24 years, into a new as yet unnamed site, possibly to the north of London. Alongside Express Newspapers Group titles – the ‘Daily Express’ and ‘Sunday Express, the ‘Daily Star‘ and ‘Daily Star Sunday’ – the Commander CT presses will also print contract work, including the ‘Daily Sport’. Idle time will be used for semi-commercial work which will also enable the group’s magazines to be printed in-house.

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West Ferry Printers’ CT-Commander configuration, split-up into four presslines

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